Intellectual honesty is honesty in how we communicate ideas and pertains to any communication that involves transmitting information or persuading. Intellectual honesty means seeing and speaking the truth so others hear the truth. Steven Crowder shared a video on Tuesday's episode of "Louder with Crowder" that demonstrated the opposite of intellectual honesty.
In this video, Crowder shines a light on a Canadian documentary called "Deconstructing Karen." The film features an older black woman and slightly younger Latino woman berating slightly younger white women for their "white lady" racism—video below.
Would you trade places with a black person? That's one question posed to guests sitting around the dinner table. Crowder explains why he believes Regina Jackson and Saira Rao's RACE2DINNER — a movement to inspire white women to confront themselves and to acknowledge their racism and complicity in white supremacy — could be the most racist thing you've seen today. Video below.
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Would you trade places with a Black person? That's one question that @Race2D founders ask their guests. They host dinner parties where the main course is an honest conversation about racism — with white women.— CBC Docs (@cbcdocs) September 17, 2022
Watch 'Deconstructing Karen' on The Passionate Eye next Friday. pic.twitter.com/HrQRKGuPCz
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