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Was ist Critical Race Theory?

Critical Race Theory (CRT) is a legal and social theory that examines how race and racism intersect with societal structures and promotes the idea that the legal system is used to maintain systemic oppression. CRT asserts that racism is not just a matter of individual biases or prejudices, but rather is ingrained in the very fabric of society. It highlights how the law can be used as a tool of marginalization and oppression, and advocates for the use of law to address and dismantle these structures. At its core, CRT seeks to expose how systemic racism works and create tools to dismantle it.

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