Connecticut Law Review Volume 43 - Issue 5

Critical Race Materialism: Theorizing Justice in the Wake of Global Neoliberalism Francisco Valdes & Sumi Cho Critical Race Theory of Society

Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw’s Twenty Years of Critical Race Theory: Looking Back To Move Forward calls for a broader definition of CRT and for the next phase of this movement to embrace scholars from a multitude of disciplines. The tradition of critical theories of race in the social sciences is intimately related to the CRT Movement developed in the law. The social sciences are an important part of the realization of Crenshaw’s aspirations. This Article argues that Crenshaw’s call is visionary and a necessary step for researchers interested in the end of white supremacy and the elevation of the human sciences and human rights and equality.

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