The Salvation Army says white donors should ‘repent for their racist ideologies’

A Salvation Army released a guide, “Let’s Talk About Racism,” in April that is meant to provide “internal dialogue” on racism within the charity’s organization. The guide was created by the Salvation Army International Social Justice Commission.

According to the guide, “White culture” has challenges it needs to overcome, including “denial of racism,” “defensiveness about race,” and suggests for “White Americans” to “stop trying to be ‘colorblind.'”

Chad Prather had this to say about the Salvation Army on Tuesday’s episode of The Chad Prather Show.

“Folks, There was a time not so long ago when the Salvation Army was all about helping people out. You’d see them there at the Walmart, ringing their bell and asking for donations, and you’d make a beeline for the other door if you didn’t have any spare change. But just the other day, it came out that the Salvation Army is now in the business of calling white people on the carpet about their privilege, their contribution to systemic racism by dint of merely being alive, and their need to atone for it. Their new literature states that white donors should – and I quote – “lament, repent, and apologize for biases or racist ideologies held and actions committed.”

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