Economics

Center on Wealth, Poverty, and Morality

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Critical Race Fragility

The Left has denounced the “war on woke,” but it is afraid to defend the principles of critical race theory in public debate. Read More ›
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Failure Factory

Buffalo school administrators have adopted fashionable new pedagogies: “culturally responsive teaching,” “pedagogy of liberation,” “equity-based instructional strategies,” and an “emancipatory curriculum.” Read More ›
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Gone Crazy

New York’s East Side Community School recently sent a letter encouraging white parents to become “white traitors” and advocate for “white abolition.” Read More ›
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The Invisible Asylum

Please join us on Thursday, February 25 at noon for a webinar with Christopher Rufo, Director of Discovery Institute’s Center on Wealth & Poverty. Chris will provide you with a unique perspective into the homeless crisis—what drives, what perpetuates, why nothing seems to help—and what we should be doing differently. Read More ›
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Bad Education

A Philadelphia elementary school recently forced fifth-grade students to celebrate “black communism” and simulate a Black Power rally in honor of political radical Angela Davis. Read More ›
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Spoiled Rotten

The United Nations International School has succumbed to the new racial hysteria. Read More ›
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“Antiracism” Comes to the Heartland

For years, Americans have watched as educators have pushed deeply divisive “antiracism” programs in coastal cities such as Berkeley, Portland, and Seattle. Now “antiracism” has come to the heartland. Read More ›
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Woke Elementary

An elementary school in Cupertino, California—a Silicon Valley community with a median home price of $2.3 million—recently forced a class of third-graders to deconstruct their racial identities, then rank themselves according to their “power and privilege.” Read More ›