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Down my high street (I live in Weybridge, Surrey) there’s an Oxfam shop. Since mine is a predominantly white neighbourhood it is run by a helpful all-white staff. I know this as I have both bought cards there and dropped off stuff.
I won’t be doing that again.
The reason is a disgraceful “racial justice” survey being conducted by Oxfam GB among its 1,800 staff of whom 88% are white.
This is what the survey says and I do suggest you sit down with a cuppa and a couple of blood pressure tablets before reading it; “We understand whiteness as the overarching preservation of power and domination for the benefit of white people and ultimately that which white supremacy serves to protect.”
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Who wrote that? Surely not a beneficiary of hard-earned money from white nations wanting to be helpful to people of colour less lucky than themselves.
The idea that white people are trying to stop black people from getting on is disgusting. Personally I want everybody to be a success not least because my taxes might go down.
The expression of white privilege has no more substance than the expression black privilege i.e. an ability to make outrageous statements about white people without white people being able to respond without being called racists.
According to The Times where I first read about the survey it has angered some staff saying they found the its language impenetrable, offensive and divisive.
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One said; “Why are presuming their workers are working for a humanitarian charity are racists and bigots?”
Oxfam has been under scrutiny since the Haiti sexual misconduct scandal of 2018. Earlier this month three staff were sacked in the Democratic Republic of Congo following an investigation into sexual exploitation. The government is currently withholding UK funds from the charity.
The proportion of ethnic minority employees at Oxfam GB fell from 16% in 2019 to 11.8% last year.
My serious advice is to keep away from all Oxfam shops until they withdraw this survey.
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