Condoleezza Rice Speaks Her Mind About Critical Race Theory on ‘The View’ — And the Audience is on Her Side

Condoleezza Rice, former Secretary of State and National Security Advisor, recently shared her opinion about teaching “critical race theory” in schools on ABC’s “The View.” The clip below went viral.

Rice grew up under Jim Crow, but her parents taught her that despite growing up in a world of prejudice, she could still succeed. That’s what we should be teaching our kids. Rice said one of the worries she has when talking about race is that white people have to feel guilty for the past, or that black people have to feel disempowered. She doesn’t agree with this.

Listen to what Rice says about what she wants for black children. It’s inspiring, and it’s clear the audience was on her side.

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  1. Dr. Rice is right: “Black Is Beautiful”