The hard-core, leftist Ford Foundation has given $500,000 to the Girl Scouts to indoctrinate its members with an anti-whiteness campaign.
Using the death of Minneapolis man George Floyd as an excuse to push extremist critical race theories on thousands of young girls, the Girl Scouts will use the money to “becoming an anti-racist organization” — meaning to become anti-white.
The Girl Scouts said this week that it would use the dirty money “to help create an organization that works for all girls, including by ensuring that Black, Indigenous, Latina, and all girls of color feel supported, welcomed, and treated with dignity and respect.”
“We applaud Girl Scouts’ commitment to addressing and rooting out systemic racism by conducting a movement-wide audit in order to make the organization a more inclusive place for all members,” said Darren Walker, president of the let-wing Ford Foundation.
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According to the press release, the grant money will enable the organization to work with consultants to audit the group’s programs, practices, policies, and experiences of scouts.
“We are grateful to the Ford Foundation for highlighting the importance of this work and investing in the scaling of our DEIA/RJ efforts to have a larger impact,” said GSUSA Interim CEO Judith Batty. “GSUSA is committed to doing the difficult work to become an anti-racist organization, and this grant will help us implement strategic and meaningful change that promotes an environment where Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) feel welcome, respected, and supported.”
As a part of the new anti-racism push, the Girl Scouts also launched an “Anti-Racism Sew-On Patch” that can be earned by learning about people from other cultures and participating in civic engagement and advocacy work.
GSUSA is already had far-left organization that pushes LGBTQ and abortion agendas on their pre-teen members.
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