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Why hate is fuelling politics

Hate is fuelling politics in America and Britain, as arguments over racial justice, transgender rights and other issues become more polarised. These tribal "culture wars” spell bad news for democracy. Film supported by @Mishcon de Reya LLP

00:00 - Are we becoming more divided?
01:16 - Critical race theory
06:48 - What are culture wars?
11:32 - Transgender rights
17:14 - The effects of social media
19:42 - Policing vs democracy
23:46 - The future of culture wars

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American policy is splitting, state by state, into two blocs:

The right-wing furore over critical race theory is manufactured, says Charles Siler:

“Critical race theory” is being weaponised. What’s the fuss about?:

Critical race theory is appropriate in universities, but not schools, says Bonnie Kerrigan Snyder:

Banning critical race theory in schools is unjustified, argues Jason Stanley:

Why Florida is banning lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity:

Culture-war terms can compress complex ideas in an unhelpful way:
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