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June 05, 2020

Am I overreacting to this? This seems like the compelling of speech/identification. Can my company legally do this? Specifically referencing the final 2 sentences. I'm very fired up about this.

"At our company, we will not tolerate racism, discrimination or prejudice, and we are committed to doing whatever we can to include and support all of our people. It’s not enough to say or feel that we are not racist. We must be anti-racist, and that requires us to acknowledge that racism exists and to actively address it."

They would never say (hopefully):
“We must be against the those who hold the belief that homosexuality is wrong, and that requires us to acknowledge that they do indeed target gay people and we need to actively address it.”

Am I completely off base? If so, please tell me. I'm seeing things very passionately right now and I need common sense people to address this.

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