A city agency in Austin, Texas invited employees to racially segregated "anti-racist" meetings where "white folks" were asked not to attend a meeting that was only for "people of color."
A January email obtained by Fox News Digital reveals Austin's Parks & Recreation Department's equity and inclusion coordinator invited employees to attend "Antiracist Affinity Spaces," consisting of two separate trainings segregated by race as part of an "Equity and Inclusion program."
"For People of Color*: Once a month, PARD employees of color will meet up at various city sites," the email says. "The first 1.5 hours will be for fostering dialogue and the last 30 minutes will be for networking. This monthly space will offer folks the opportunities to gather and connect with other PARD employees of color, share about our personal and professional experiences with racism, and learn about mentoring and job opportunities for ..."