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The National Urban League — an outspoken defender of Critical Race Theory — has partnered with a Chinese Communist Party-linked influence group for over a decade, including inking deals to collaborate on education initiatives in American schools, The National Pulse can reveal. The National Urban League (NUL) — which purports to be a longstanding “civil rights organization dedicated to economic empowerment, equality, and social justice” for African Americans — focuses on influencing America’s education system. NUL is a proponent of Critical Race Theory (CRT) and sued the Trump administration in 2020 for banning the controversial, Marxist teaching plan. NUL’s advocacy, however, comes amidst its partnership with the China-United States Exchange Foundation (CUSEF). In March 2010, current NUL President and CEO Marc Morial led a 45-person delegation — dubbed a “journey of empowerment” — to China on a trip sponsored by CUSEF. “The National Urban League’s commitment to paving a path to empowerment for African Americans recently led us half-way around the world to the People’s Republic of China,” Morial writes before listing the alleged “positive results” of the trip.

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