UT Austin ‘Faculty Senate’ Passes Pro-Critical Race Theory Resolution

As Texans grapple with the left-wing takeover of the public educational system, one entrenched power center is making it clear it isn’t going anywhere without a fight.

The “faculty Senate” at the University of Texas in Austin has passed a resolution, claiming the principle of “academic freedom” to defend the teaching of critical race theory at the institution. The theory is the hotly contentious racist ideology that teaches students are inherently inferior or superior and should be punished or promoted because of the color of their skin.

The UT faculty passed the resolution at the behest of the “African American Policy Forum,” a national left-wing group. And while their “academic freedom” argument might sound compelling, dissenting finance professor Richard Lowery explains the sleight of hand.

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