Yosso, Tara. “Whose culture has capital? A critical race theory discussion of community cultural wealth.” Race Ethnicity and Education 8 (2005): 69-91. (22) Critical Race theory (CRT) works to further the idea of community cultural wealth through the exploration of five primary tenets, the challenging of educational norms and deficit thinking, and dissects the concept of culture as a set of characteristics217. Tara Yosso, in her piece “Whose culture has capital? A critical race theory discussion of community cultural wealth,” discusses the necessity for Critical Race Theory and its expansion thereof, while also detailing Daniel Solórzano’s five tenets. Ultimately, though not necessarily unexpected by those involved in the CRT moment, the five tenets represent aspects of the theory which affect the continued dialogue regarding struggles of social justice and the discourse which accompanies them218. These include: intercentricty of race and racism with other forms of subordination, challenging the dominant ideology, commitment to social justice, centrality of experiential knowledge, and trans-disciplinary perspective219. Ultimately Yosso’s work with her dissection of CRT, its affects on individual realities and its interaction with educational policy is one which is comprehensive and informational, granting access into the ideals of the theory, how its subscribers are furthering the field, and the changes which still need to be made.