White House Orders End Of 'Un-American' Racial Sensitivity Training At Federal Agencies

Written by on September 4, 2020

The Trump administration has issued a memo ordering federal companies to finish racial sensitivity coaching, declaring it “un-American propaganda,” based on the doc obtained by The Washington Submit.

The 2-page memo launched Friday notes that President Donald Trump seeks to stop federal companies from spending “hundreds of thousands in taxpayer {dollars}” on the coaching classes — and that any contracts involving instruction on “white privilege” or “essential race concept” be canceled instantly if doable.

“The President has directed me to make sure that federal companies stop and desist from utilizing taxpayer {dollars} to fund these divisive, un-American propaganda coaching classes,” states the memo, written by Workplace and Administration and Finances Director Russell Vought.

The memo says trainings that point out white privilege or asserting that racism is a part of the nation’s basis “engender division and resentment” and “undercut” the federal authorities’s “core values.”

It additionally directs companies to finish contracts for sensitivity coaching which teaches that America is an “inherently racist or evil nation.”

Vought referred to an unnamed “press report” that he claimed says federal staff “have been required to attend trainings the place they’re informed that ‘nearly all white individuals contribute to racism’ or the place they’re required to say that they ‘profit from racism.’”

The memo was issued as Trump this week slammed “anarchist” members in protests towards police killings of unarmed Black Individuals.

The memo concluded that the president and his administration “are absolutely dedicated to the truthful and equal therapy of all people in america.”

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