My latest ebook, “A Critical Look at CRT in Education, Research, and Social Policy,” is now available on Amazon. I have been working on it since April. My intent was to keep it short and sweet, as CRT is complicated enough as it is. With 12 chapters falling under 190 pages, I briefly cover Critical Theory, CRT as a tool of political conditioning, CRT in math and English, Critical Legal Studies, Whiteness, welfare, and other social policy issues. The intent of this book was to provide useful links to the words and writings of those pushing CRT on the public. I want people to understand that the real CRT is used to examine and change social policy at the institutional level. I plan on publishing this as a paperback as well, however, I am not quite ready for that yet. I am looking to hire a professional designer for my cover art. I want to thank everyone who has shown an interest in this project.