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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion market reaches $3.4 billion

Published in Blog on January 19, 2023 by Catie Robertson

How many Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) trainings have you suffered through?

If the terms “gender unicorn”, “microaggression”, and  “systemic privilege” immediately bring on a cold sweat, then I am guessing you have witnessed one too many.

In a recent NY Times article, leftist journalist Jesse Singal reported that “the American market for DEI reached an estimated $3.4 billion in 2020.”

With so many companies, both private and public buying into the creed of DEI, the data on hidden basement servers must unequivocally back this investment.

However, the opposite is reportedly true.

According to Singal, mandatory trainings have been found to have no positive effect on the workplace, and indeed are more likely to have a “net negative effect”.

Of course, anyone with half a brain could see why this is true. Tribalism is all too common in the human race, we don’t need a training course to teach us discord.

Yet, the swamp continues to fund this divisive, ineffective agenda.

In the omnibus bill passed into law by Congress just before Christmas, $477k was allocated to “antiracist” training from the Equity Institute and $3 million for the LGBTQ+ museum in NYC.

Additionally, $524.4 million was spent on a DEI and “structural racism” focused National Institute of Health subdivision and another $26 million for the Office of Diversity and Inclusion serving the House of Representatives.

Not only is our government pouring vast amounts of money into this creed stateside, but also internationally.

Down south at the recent North American Leaders’ Summit, DEI was named the first pillar the three countries committed to upholding, since it is “foundational to the strength, vibrancy, and resilience” of the countries.

Across the ocean in Pakistan, gender programs are being funded by the U.S. out of the Gender Equity Fund, which the omnibus bill recently fortified with a $200 million deposit.

Nearly every federal agency, official, and office, nurses its own DEI chief.

Why should our government continue to invest so heavily in a failing system?

Americans deserve better than a government looking for any way to expand its rank and power, sucking the money for its growth from its own citizens.

Americans deserve better than footing the bill for this divisive, ineffective system. Calling an Article V Convention of States is the only way to reign in this ever-diversifying government.

It's high time for us to say goodbye to DEI.

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