In the Army’s Intermediate Level Education (ILA), the US Army defines racism as the “oppression of people of color.” ILA is necessary for promotion. According to the US Army at the Command and General Staff College at Ft. Leavenworth, white people cannot experience racism.
WHITES CAN’T EXPERIENCE RACISM
They define racism as “a complex system of beliefs and behaviors that result in the oppression of people of color and benefit the dominant group.”
This definition is taught in an elective course, “Race and Gender in U.S. Military History.” The course description states that “an effective military only functions under the principles of equality and inclusion.” American Military News reports: The U.S. Army at the Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth is teaching officers in intermediate level education (ILE) that white people can’t experience racism, defining racism as “a complex system of believes and behaviors that result in the oppression of […]
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