Gavin Newsom Reveals “Racial” Project To Public

( The Democratic governor of California, Gavin Newsom, issued an executive order on Tuesday to establish a “Racial Equity Commission.” The commission will address the issue of “structural racism” in the state of California, which is known for its progressive politics.

The order was issued due to the recommendations made by the state’s task force on reparations for slavery earlier this year. Those recommendations included monetary payments and the establishment of racially segregated schools, which were described as “African American/American Freedmen owned and controlled” institutions.

SB 17, the enabling legislation that established the reparations committee, serves as the legal foundation for the current order that Newsom has issued. “Efforts to ensure race can no longer be used to predict life outcomes, well-being, outcomes, and conditions for all groups” is how the law defines “racial equity.” In addition, “structural racism” is defined as “the social forces, institutions, beliefs, processes, and programs that interact with one another to generate and sustain imbalances among racial and ethnic groups.” This definition can be found in the article.

The governor will be responsible for nominating seven of the eleven members of the Racial Equity Commission to serve on the commission for terms of two years each. The Rules Committee of the Senate will nominate two more, and the Speaker of the Assembly will choose the remaining two positions.

Those who are “members of, or represent an equity-focused organization who works with…an impacted community” are the only people allowed to serve on the committee. This effectively restricts membership to people who adhere to left-wing ideological organizations.

SB 17 requires that members of the Racial Equity Commission “reflect the cultural, ethnic, racial, linguistic, sexual orientation, gender, immigration status, gender identity, the immigrant experience, socioeconomic, age, and disability diversity of the state.” This is despite the fact that Proposition 209 prohibits using race in public employment. Their objective is to complete work on a “Racial Equity Framework” for the state by the end of the year 2024, or at the very latest, by April 1 of 2025, often known as April Fool’s Day.

But this is not a joke.