CRT Leaders Caught Sending Children To CCP Propaganda Trip

( An organization that is a leading proponent of Critical Race Theory that, in 2020, sued the Trump Administration for banning its use in the Federal Government, has long maintained a partnership with the China-United States Exchange Foundation.

The National Urban League, a civil rights organization that claims to be dedicated to “economic empowerment, equality, and social justice,” has been sending people on “journey of empowerment” trips to China sponsored by the China-United States Exchange Foundation.

The China-United States Exchange Foundation was founded by the chairman of the “highest-ranking entity overseeing” the CCP’s United Front Work Department. CUSEF is a key component in the effort “to co-opt and neutralize sources of potential opposition to the policies and authority of its ruling Chinese Communist Party.” It’s mission is to influence Westerners to adopt positions that support Beijing’s preferred policies.

And the National Urban League is one of its useful idiots.

According to the National Pulse, in March 2010, National Urban League President and CEO Marc Morial took a 45-person delegation to China on a trip sponsored by CUSEF. At the time, Morial wrote that the NUL’s “path to empowerment” trip to China had “positive results.”

Among those “positive result,” Morial cited was collaboration on education initiatives – including establishing the first-ever Confucius Institute at one of America’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

Billed as a “bridge reinforcing friendship” between China and the world, the CCP-run Confucius Institute spreads CCP propaganda under the guise of teaching while interfering with free speech on campus. It is also believed the Confucius Institute actively spies on students.

Morial also boasted of other education commitments between NUL and the CCP that he claims would be helpful in “continuing the effort to strengthen ties between China and the United States.

Participants in the 2010 trip also discussed with their Chinese hosts the possibility of securing Chinese investment in the African American community – including banking and finance, manufacturing, real estate, “culture and tourism,” and in the public sector.

Subsequently since this 2010 trip, National Urban League affiliates began sending students to China on trips sponsored by CUSEF. Similar student trips were arranged between the Congressional Black Caucus and CUSEF.

Students attending these visits to China return to the states singing the praises of the Communist Chinese Government.