“Segregation in the name of social justice is still segregation.” Segregation in any form violates the 1964 Act, which prohibits employers from segregating employees based on “race, color, religion, sex or national origin.” Segregation is illegal and should be abolished from our public institutions.
According to new whistleblower documents, at least three public agencies in the Seattle region have implemented race-segregated diversity trainings that teach employees, in the words of one training manual, to “accept responsibility for their own racism” and “question the white power structure.”
In the name of social justice, Seattle’s white elites are instituting a policy of racial identification and segregated training.
In three institutions, white executives have explicitly implemented such policies, arguing, in one case, that holding segregated training sessions mitigates “any potential harming of staff of color that might arise from a cross-racial conversation.”
Home to leading critical race theorists like Robin DiAngelo and Richard Delgado, Seattle has long been on the vanguard of race-based progressivism. But now, these academia-derived concepts have escaped the campuses and are finding their way into public bureaucracies. Federal officials should put a stop to it.