Critical Race Theory (CRT), as it is commonly called, is a racist, hateful, divisive propaganda aimed at segregating through mental enslavement. It is very hard to get a handle on what these bullying tactics known as CRT are really about. If you are looking for a place to start learning about it, here are a few resources that may help (in no particular order):
Faculty, staff and students of color at inclusive institution being provided a voice to tell their narratives with regards to marginalized experiences; with the intent to counter facts.
Racism controls the political, social and economic realms of American society. Racism is an inherit part of civilization that privileges white people over colored ones in education.
This tenet originated from the systemic racism in American society, where the notion of whiteness operated on different levels, such as the right of possession, the right to use and enjoyment, the right to disposition, and the right of exclusion (DeCuir & Dixson; Ladson-Billings & Tate, 1995; Ladson-Billings, 1998)
White people are the primary beneficiaries of civil rights (Ladson-Billings, 1998; DeCuir & Dixson, 2004; McCoy, 2006). Commonly known as white privilege.
Color blindness is a mechanism allowing people to ignore racist policies that perpetuate social inequity. This is commonly known as white fragility.