New State Department diversity chief believes US is a ‘failed historical model’ with a ‘colonizing past’

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The Biden administration’s new State Department diversity chief previously called America a “failed historic model” and demanded the destruction of tradition “at every juncture” on the altar of antiracism.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced last week the appointment of Zakiya Carr Johnson as their chief diversity and inclusion officer. Blinken touted Carr Johnson for bringing “expertise and a fresh perspective on how we build a workforce that reflects America.”

Carr Johnson previously served as then-President Barack Obama’s senior adviser and director of the first Race, Ethnicity and Social Inclusion Unit at the State Department.

Blinken also noted her experience since leaving Obama’s State Department. “Her previous work promoting entrepreneurship and access to opportunity for underrepresented populations, as well as her commitment to inclusive leadership, make us stronger, smarter, and more innovative,” he said.

Carr Johnson’s experience consists of owning two relatively obscure companies – Odara …

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