So, regarding the specific CRT tenets that you've quoted...
Is there necessarily universal consensus, amongst all Critical Race Theorists, regarding those tenets and their definitions? Or are you just quoting one self-identified Critical Race Theorist (or an organized group of them), and thereby assuming that all CRT proponents are automatically concurring with that worldview?
In my own view, the dangerous CRT proponents are the ones who insist there are no grey areas amidst these tenets.
The healthy version of CRT would be one that allows for robust dialogue and debate when examining the role of race in our society as well as multiple layers of racism. These Critical Race Theorists would reject a one-size-fits-all approach to the discipline.