FEMA Trains Employees on ‘White Supremacy’ as 1000 Hawaiians Are Still Missing

As Hawaiians desperately search for over 1,000 of their loved ones, who are still missing after the devastating wildfires on the island of Maui, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) employees are undergoing training on “white supremacy,” according to reports.

The federal government agency tasked with leading the response to natural disasters has been facing multiple backlashes over its handling of the Maui wildfires.

Nevertheless, FEMA is mandating a three-hour diversity training for employees.

The training session teaches workers, among other things, that white supremacy is “ingrained in nearly every system and institution in the U.S.”

While it’s unclear how many of FEMA’s 20,000-plus employees were required to complete the training, internal emails reviewed by the Washington Free Beacon indicate that the agency’s “resilience” division was advised of a requirement to complete one of three three-hour diversity training modules.

The training session have to be completed between August 1 and September 28.

“FEMA Resilience” works to “help communities across the United States equitably adapt, survive, recover and thrive in the face of natural disasters” and boasts roughly 2,600 employees, according to someone familiar.

The division is led by Democrat President Joe Biden’s appointee Victoria Salinas, the agency’s website says.

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