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Architect of divisive CRT theory charges up to $100k for speeches


When Kimberlé Crenshaw first unveiled critical race theory to a small group of fellow academics in 1989, little did she know that over 30 years later it would pit parents against teachers across America. 

Prof Crenshaw, 63, also can’t have known just how much she would stand to gain financially and professionally from her theory and its toxic effect. 

It turned her into a superstar of academia and activism. Now she earns at least $450,000 a year from teaching positions at UCLA and Columbia and up to $100,000 from delivering speeches – not to mention possible income from her own think tank and podcast. 

The divisive theory, through which America’s history is seen as racist, centers on the idea that racism is systemic in the nation’s institutions and that they function to maintain the dominance of white people in society.

It has turned schools into battlegrounds as outraged parents fight to stop their children being indoctrinated, while the GOP has legislated against it.

Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw and actress Kerry Washington attend V-Day Cocktails and Conversation with Eve Ensler at Soho House in West Hollywood, California in 2012



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