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Salvation Army pulls controversial racism guide amid public outcry.

Fox News reportsSalvation Army pulls controversial racism guide amid public outcry.

The Salvation Army has removed a document from its website called "Let’s Talk About Race" after criticism over the racially charged language instructing white people and Christians to "evaluate" racist attitudes and practices.

"Elements of the recently issued ‘Let’s Talk About Racism’ guide led some to believe we think they should apologize for the color of their skin, or that The Salvation Army may have abandoned its Biblical beliefs for another philosophy or ideology," the Salvation Army posted on its website. "That was never our intention, so the guide has been removed for appropriate review."

Florida Family Association sent out email alerts that encouraged thousands of people to send emails to express concern to Salvation Army officials and national advisory board members regarding them pushing the Marxist doctrine of Critical Race Theory.

Numerous news outlets and several other organizations also encouraged people to express concern to Salvation Army officials.  However, to our knowledge Florida Family Association was the only organization that targeted 14 Salvation Army national advisory board members in the email campaign. 

Florida Family Association allowed the online campaign to continue for a day and a half after the Salvation Army removed the material because they should have never adopted such outrageous policy to begin with and needed to hear from many more people.

Your support of this and other Florida Family Association email campaigns is making a difference.


Author: ffa   20211202   Category: Critical Race Theory  FFA: on
Tags: Salvation Army

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