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Joe Biden has pushed for "racial equity" programs and outreaches across America throughout his term in the White House.
Now his agenda is going "global," and it's at the expense of U.S. taxpayers.
Judicial Watch is reporting the Biden administration recently confirmed it is allocating $1 million to "empower marginalized racial and ethnic communities in Europe."
Details remain uncertain.
"What is clear is that the soon-to-be empowered minority Europeans are to include people of African descent and Roma people, according to the recently published grant announcement," Judicial Watch reported.
"The Biden administration’s costly, governmentwide effort to advance racial equity and support the nation’s underserved population through taxpayer-funded programs is going global."
The report cited the "goals" of mitigating "structural racism, xenophobia, and discrimination."
It purports to "ensure the fair administration of, and access to, justice for marginalized racial and ethnic communities."
Judicial Watch reported, " The grant also aims to counter societal discrimination and violence by advancing equity, social inclusion, and equality for all. The agency doling out the money, a State Department offshoot known as the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor (DRL), justifies funding the program by claiming that members of marginalized racial, ethnic, and indigenous communities around the world often are disproportionately discriminated against, forced to endure high levels of violence and excruciating labor conditions in migration, are systematically denied access to justice, and continually bear the brunt of racial discrimination, xenophobia, and violence in society."
The State Department claimed, "DRL has a longstanding commitment to empowering underrepresented and underserved racial and ethnic communities and to upholding the dignity of people who are systematically denied their human rights and fundamental freedoms.
"DRL acknowledges the legacy—and suffering of millions of people as a result—of slavery and colonization, which perpetuates and worsens inequality today. DRL supports the mandate of the Special Representative for Racial Equity and Justice to protect and advance the human rights of people belonging to marginalized racial and ethnic communities and to combat systemic racism, discrimination, and xenophobia around the world."
Judicial Watch noted, "Uncle Sam’s new million-dollar European endeavor will focus on three objectives, according to the State Department. They include support for civil society groups working with marginalized racial and ethnic communities, raising awareness of the challenges and opportunities for members of the discriminated communities by combating structural racism, discrimination, and xenophobia as well as advancing the objectives of a United Nations initiative that focuses on people of African descent. The words structural racism, xenophobia, and intolerance appear repeatedly throughout the government’s 25-page grant document."
In the U.S., under Biden, multiple federal agencies have launched "racial equity plans," and the Department of Labor is giving $260 million to promote "equitable access" to government unemployment benefits by addressing disparities in the administration and delivery of money by race ethnicity and language proficiency, the report said.