The Holder Department of Justice has opened an investigation into the group that created a list of “Pitfalls of Working With White People” that was used at the annual White Privilege Conference in Madison, Wisconsin in March.
The Daily Caller reported:
The Department of Justice has opened an investigation into a group that created a list of “Pitfalls of Working With White People” and has received hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants, The Daily Caller has learned.
Earlier this week, TheDC reported that the DOJ gave the grants to Beyond Diversity Resource Center, a diversity training group based in New Jersey.
The organization was a sponsor of the White Privilege Conference. which was held in Madison, Wisc. earlier this year.
There, the website Progressive Today reported that a flier with the group’s letterhead was circulated. It included a list of 29 “pitfalls” that minorities face when working with white people.
Included among the pitfalls listed by Beyond Diversity Resource Center are that whites “are arrogant”, “say something stupid”, “ask stupid questions” and “get too friendly too fast.”
Now, the DOJ says it is investigating the group.