Supposedly the Salvation Army has withdrawn their policy to their employees and volunteers which stated among other emphasis on diversity, “Sorrow and repentance are needed for any negative legacy that past shortcomings have created. We acknowledge that Salvationists have sometimes conformed to economic, political, social and internal pressures that perpetuate racism”
However, they have damaged their brand as illustrated by the following posts on Twitter.
Print cut and drop off at every Salvation Army pot you pass by. Let's get them to a million apologies. NO MONEY, just the apology. pic.twitter.com/FZG9fRgVj9
— Robert Philmore (@PhilmoreRobert) November 26, 2021
🆘My Friends by removing their”Guide”telling WHITE DONORS to sincerely APOLOGIZE for WHITENESS ,the Salvation Army BELIEVE they are EXONERATED from their Marxist Critical Race Theory wokeness!Nay Not So! I repeat I will NOT donate to the SA any more✅🇺🇸 https://t.co/poQJJqLU3B
— Glenn Roth (@groth1945) November 30, 2021
If you donate to St Jude you don't have to apologize for being white like the Salvation Army.
— Susan St. James (@SusanStJames3_) November 30, 2021
Trump was right about everything Woke
Salvation Army Embraces CRT pic.twitter.com/mTFyYm9jgr
— Jack Posobiec ✝️ (@JackPosobiec) November 24, 2021
Dear Salvation Army,
For more than 30 years, I have given between 20 and 50 dollars to your annual Christmas red kettle campaign.
Now that you have chosen to advocate for Critical Race Theory, this year's amount will be zero.
— Tom Quiggin (@TomTSEC) November 25, 2021
— Colo303 (@gril887) November 26, 2021
Who in the hell does the Salvation Army want me to apologize to? The white guy ringing the bell?
— 🇺🇸 PapaCap 🇺🇸 (@bsmitch007) November 26, 2021
Every time I’ve walked past a Salvation Army bucket, I’ve put money in it. I’ve even made sure I had money in my pocket specifically for that purpose.
Not anymore. @salvationarmy has seen my last dollar.
— Dan Cannonball Fang Fang Boom Boom (@FontanelPulses) November 24, 2021
In the light of the news that The Salvation Army have asked “white” people to apologise for being “Racist”! Just Remember: pic.twitter.com/BjbIWo2k7a
— stephen brimage (@brimage_stephen) November 27, 2021
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