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The University of Miami has financially supported a group promoting Critical Race Theory, an organization that now has a 10 acre property in Florida. The group known as "Latina & Latino Critical Legal Theory Inc.," or "LatCrit" has been expanding in Florida.
According to Campus Reform, the organization "recently said the group need[s] to use its 10-acre forest property as a ‘haven’ because of hostility towards ‘critical knowledge’ in the state. Soon after the property was purchased, the University of Miami (UM) gave the leftist organization $80,000."
The University of Pittsburgh defined LatCrit Theory ideology as a "relatively recent genre of critical ‘outsider jurisprudence’ – a category of contemporary scholarship including critical legal studies, feminist legal theory, critical race theory, critical race feminism, Asian American legal scholarship and queer theory."
The term "outsider jurisprudence" has been defined by the University of Tennessee as the study of "the ways in which law is structured to promote the interests of white males and to exclude females and persons of color."
Professor Steven W. Bender, who co-authored "LatCrit: From Critical Legal Theory to Academic Activism" along with professor Francisco Valdes, recently spoke in a video conference hosted by UC Irvine Law. He can be seen in the recorded meeting saying, "We also have a Florida physical campus if you will, Campo Sano, and we need to explore the possibilities of Campo Sano as a critical physical haven in the state of Florida that's otherwise hostile, sort of the epitome of hostility to critical knowledge."
MIAMI, FLORIDA - OCTOBER 27: Aerial view of palm trees framing the city skyline on October 27, 2021 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
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