Home Depot Insults Christians in New Info Program

The Home Depot generally leans conservative. In 2018, The Home Depot Political Action Committee gave $1.3 million to Republicans and $742,680 to Democrats. 2ndVote, a right-leaning nonprofit that ranks companies by ideology, rates Home Depot between “neutral” and “leans conservative.” Yet the Home Depot Foundation partnered with the Georgia Center for Nonprofits in sponsoring a “diversity” resource hub that pushes the idea of systemic racism, supports the “1619 Project” curriculum, and endorses the accusation that mainstream conservative and Christian nonprofits are really “hate groups” to be listed alongside the Ku Klux Klan.

The Georgia Center for Nonprofits has launched a “resource hub” providing “Diversity, equity, and inclusiveness resources for nonprofits.” The Home Depot branding on the page is hardly subtle.

“Correcting systemic racism and unconscious bias can’t happen without practical solutions, sustained practice, and every one of us – in each organization and across the sector – working together. It’s our hope that the information we’ve curated here can contribute meaningfully to your own efforts and, ultimately, to sector-wide progress,” the hub web page explains. Read more…

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