The Salvation Army, a Christian organization long known for charitable fundraising at public places during the holiday season in the United States, has embraced Critical Race Theory.
(Article by BigLeaguePolitics.com
A leaked internal document of the organization reveals an CRT training intended for the Salvation Army’s employees. “Let’s Talk About Racism”
demands that white Salvation Army donors and employees apologize for the racism, referring to white supremacy as an all-encompassing storm throughout society.
“The subtle nature of racism is such that people who are not consciously racist easily function with the privileges, empowerment and benefits of the dominant ethnicity, thus unintentionally perpetuating injustice.
The document claims that “Whiteness and the normalization of White racial identity throughout America’s history have created a culture where non-White persons are seen as inferior or abnormal.“
The authors of the CRT demand that white people refrain from treating people without distinction of race.
“While this might sound helpful, it actually ignores the God-given differences we all possess, as well as the beautiful cultures of our Black and Brown brothers and sisters. Instead of trying to be colorblind, try seeing the beauty in our differences, and welcome them into your homes churches and workplaces. Being colorblind also ignores the discrimination our Black and Brown brothers and sisters face and does not allow us to address racism properly.
The training makes extensive reference to the ‘white privilege’ libel, assailing the United States as uniquely racist. In reality, global polling and research indicates that ethnic prejudice is a reality of life in most other major nations of the world, with America existing as a unique exception
and the closest example of a true colorblind society on the planet.
Conservative Christians who decline to bow to wokeness as a new liberal religion may be inclined to forego donations and support of the Salvation Army in wake of the wildly prejudiced CRT training the organization requires.
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