Iowa GOP candidate says CRT ‘wants to divide us’

People talking before starting the protest against "important racial theory" (CRT) is being taught in schools at the Loudoun County Government center in Leesburg, Virginia

People talk before starting a protest against the “critical race theory” (CRT) being taught in schools at the Loudoun County Government center in Leesburg, Virginia. (AP photo)

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UPDATE 11:41 AM PT – Monday, December 13, 2021

According to Nicole Hasso, a Republican congressional candidate from Iowa, critical race theory “wants to divide us.” In a recent interview, the conservative candidate emphasized a large part of her upcoming campaign focuses on education. She explains why she is against teaching history with critical racial theory.

Hasso, a black woman from Chicago, says the theory sees students as victims or oppressors. She goes on to call this concept a “theory of Marxism”.

“I truly believe that teaching my children to be a victim or an oppressor is a total lie,” she said. “I am a woman, a black woman, and I believe in justice. I believe in the truth. I grew up on the south side of Chicago, so I’ve witnessed injustice my whole life. And so I won’t sit on the sidelines. I don’t care what color you are. Justice is the key to our country.”

Hasso further asserts that the theory that the “American dream” applies only to white people, she believes that children need to be educated, all of whom have equal opportunities regardless of their race.

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