In her engaging and sensitive narrative account of the revolution’s upheaval and its consequences, Tania Branigan, the Guardian’s China correspondent between 2008 and 2015, speaks to some of those who survived those terrible years, considers their impossible moral choices and explores the far-reaching legacy of the revolution in present-day China.
A survivor of the Chinese Cultural Revolution is sounding the alarm about critical race theory and other efforts to rewrite United States history.
Recently, the Republican-controlled U.S. Congress started investigations into the Biden administration’s wrongdoings. Though I applaud them for their rightful restoration of House Oversight, Republicans cannot ignore the major threat to America’s future — Critical Race Theory (CRT) and woke culture.
Maoist tactics, rhetoric, and symbols have been adopted in BLM protests and riots, “anti-racist” self-education doctrine, and the promotion of “critical race theory” (CRT) in schools, corporations, the government, and even the military.
Critical Race Theory often justifies Asian discrimination because Asian Americans are often on the wrong side of the “groups who need to be helped” debate.