Prof Who Popularized Critical Race Theory Reportedly Charges $100K Per Lecture

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At a glance

  • The law professor who created the controversial academic framework critical race theory reportedly charges up to $100,000 per in-person speaking appearance, in addition to her teaching salary at two law schools.
  • Kimberle Crenshaw, a professor at UCLA and Columbia law schools who designed critical race theory, charges $100,000 for in-person speaking appearances and $50,000 for virtual appearances, according to a report from the Daily Mail.
  • Crenshaw’s controversial academic theory says that U.S. laws and institutions should be viewed through a critical lens that assesses their impact and effect on racial minorities — especially black people.

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