Food Solutions New England (FSNE), through the UNH Sustainability Group, appear to be pinging Farmers and folks in the Food Chain. They want them to participate in a 21-Day Racial Equity Habit-Building Challenge.
Who the heck is the FSNE?
Food Solutions New England is a regional, six-state network that unites the food system community around a shared set of values – democratic empowerment, racial equity and dignity for all, sustainability, and trust – and strengthens the movement’s ability to achieve New England Food Vision goals.
And what the heck is the “21-Day Racial Equity Challenge…”
The 21-Day Racial Equity Habit-Building Challenge (aka “the Challenge”) is not only a foundation for going from individual to collective change, it is also a springboard for ongoing, year-round 365-day action. The response to the Challenge over the years has been greater than we had ever imagined, with participants expressing a desire to learn more and take action.
My source, who shall remain anonymous, also received this.
“…tips to share the propaganda on participants’ social media accounts and tips for modifying one’s behavior. ( Including a “badge”…)
It even includes this “woke” log for recording one’s social justice warrior journey…”
Here’s the screenshot.
Day 1, read ‘Started Waking Up White.’
It appears to be both politicization and socialization of the food system using identity politics propaganda and the latest racial equity framework to turn people working in the farm-to-table sector into year-round political activists for the Left.
That’s an oversimplification, but I do not have the time to read every page, and not because I lack a fondness for repeatedly throwing up in my mouth (even just a little)—hours in the day and all that.
If you can help, the guide is available here (or here), and I’ve cached a local copy here. Feel free to peruse the linked material if you can stomach it, and let us know if you find anything more offensive..
And I’d like very much to run down the funding behind Food Solutions New England (if anyone has the time or inclination). UNH, which is backstopping this, does receive taxpayer support.