Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw, the divisive Critical Race Theory architect, is making massive financial gains by helping teachers implement the toxic ideology into schools.
Crenshaw earns at least $450,000 a year from teaching positions at UCLA and Columbia while also charging $100,000 for speeches, not to mention her income from her own think tank and podcast.
CRT argues America’s history is racist, pushing the idea that racism is systemic in the nation’s institutions which function to maintain ‘white’ dominance in society.
Critical Race Theory has divided schools and turned them into battlegrounds as parents fight to prevent their children from being indoctrinated.
“It was how to think, how to see, how to read, how to grapple with how law has created and sustained race—our particular kind of race and racism—in American society,” Crenshaw told Vanity Fair in 2021.
Crenshaw gave the interview to the prestigious magazine from her luxurious UCLA office, where she teaches the next generation of lawyers and policymakers the toxic theory while earning $127,886 a year.
Crenshaw is also paid an estimated $217,328 from another job on the opposite coast at Columbia, with the possibility of an additional $89,856 bonus to spread even more of her toxic theory.
She also runs the African American Policy Forum and the Center for Intersectionality and Social Policy Studies, where she is the co-founder and executive director.
Although it is unclear how much Crenshaw earns from the AAPF, the Director of Communications earns $120,00. As an executive director, she may make similar, if not more.
As The Daily Mail notes, the AAPF is the forum through which Crenshaw runs a summer school to teach CRT to teachers – despite parents widely despising the theory and implausible protestations from the leftwing teaching establishment that it is not on the curriculum.
Crenshaw also has her podcast called Intersectionality Matters!, which has 52 episodes to date.
If that wasn’t enough, she also has published at least 18 works while spending her time protesting GOP bans of explicit and racist books in schools.
On the All American Speakers website, Crenshaw is described as a “specialist on race and gender equality” and a “leading voice in calling for a gender-inclusive approach to racial justice interventions.”
For someone with a theory of deep-rooted racism in America, she is doing pretty well financially.
“It is far better that [CRT] is circulating and being used than if only 25 law professors have read it,” she told The Guardian in 2020.
Crenshaw now offers two classes: Critical Race Methods: Practices, Prisms and Problems at Columbia and Civil Rights at UCLA.
She will spend just one week teaching her class at Columbia in January from 11 am until 4 pm.
The professor is also given free accommodation at a luxury apartment complex just minutes from Columbia.
In the wake of the killing of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor in 2020, Crenshaw’s organization – the AAPF – launched a push to educate teachers about CRT.
Activists, students, and teachers could access five days of courses covering a ‘range of issues’ with 600 people enrolling in the summer school for 2021.