The Marxist “diversity, equity, and inclusion” (DEI) training program in a county in Washington State has been compelled to cease its operations. This decision was made in response to the discontent expressed by white firefighters and medics who were informed that their race was causing “racial harm.” As per a report, the program was suspended on Tuesday due to the significant backlash received from employees.

“Critics, including several King County firefighters, challenged the training’s political undertones and its potential infringement on personal beliefs, particularly regarding gender identity,” radio host Jason Rantz revealed in a report.

“The training’s failure could jeopardize participants’ EMT certifications, demanding acknowledgment of endless genders and an inherent racial bias among White staff.”

The report provided explicit guidelines within the DEI training for white firefighters and medics to examine and address any racial biases they may possess.

“The training, titled ‘Stronger Together: An introduction to anti-racism and gender inclusion,’ aimed to instill empathy, awareness, and dignity in patient care, yet its execution ignited pushback,” Rantz reported.

“It suggested white staff members inherently harbored ‘racist or sexist views’ and had caused ‘racial harm at some point.’

“They were even told that they ‘cannot be not racist‘.”

A training video depicted the implementation of “anti-racism” as promoted by Ibram X. Kendi, a prominent advocate of Marxism and critical race theory (CRT).

“Anti-racism describes ideas and policies that produce and sustain racism racial equity among racial groups,” a speaker, identified as Kendi but voiced by Se’von, tells trainees.

“Anti-racism is a powerful collection of policies that leads to racial equity, and is substantiated by anti-racist ideas.”

The speaker emphasized the importance of individuals and their communities taking responsibility for addressing racism by holding themselves accountable.