- A Fox News guest and former OAN Network anchor Liz Wheeler slammed the Salvation Army over its “Let’s Talk About Racism” guide and was “glad” to see some donors withdraw their support.
- “There is an urgent need for Christians to evaluate racist attitudes and practices in light of our faith,” the Salvation Army guide stated as part of their effort to break through denial.
- “We know why their donations are down,” Wheeler said. “But when you call your White donors, tell them to apologize for their racism…I mean, this is a horrible thing.”
Jackson Richman from Mediaite writes:
“A Fox News guest said on Wednesday said she’s “glad the Salvation Army is suffering” for asking White donors to apologize for racism.
In April, the Christian charitable organization’s International Social Justice Commission released a guide titled, “Let’s Talk About Racism.”
“While many Salvationists have acted firmly and courageously against racism, The Salvation Army acknowledges with regret, that Salvationists have sometimes shared in the sins of racism and conformed to economic, organizational and social pressures that perpetuate racism,” read the guide.
The guide also read, “There is an urgent need for Christians to evaluate racist attitudes and practices in light of our faith and to live faithfully in today’s world. We need to seek the wisdom and grace of God in every part of our lives…”
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