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@9Q5RHHCGreen from Texas answered…11mos

@9W2PXNMWomen’s Equality from Maryland answered…2mos

No, it wastes time for employees who aren't discriminatory, just ensure discrimination won't be accepted

@9VMGD7SSocialist from Nebraska answered…3mos

No. Because the government doesn’t know how to treat humans with kindness either

@9VGHYLHRepublican from Wisconsin answered…4mos

No but if you know an employee is without a doubt and have proof he/she is racist to any one regardless of color they should be fired

@9VJFH67Constitution from New York answered…3mos

@9VHNQKSProgressive from New Jersey answered…4mos

@9TZX3MQSocialist from Washington answered…5mos

Yes, and include LGBT topics and how to cooperate and help mentally or physically disabled people effectively and everyone in federal government and private companies should have to go to help them understand this

@Just-A-BlipWomen’s Equality from Pennsylvania answered…12mos

Yes, and require topics on other minorities/discriminated groups and extend the requirement to private companies as well.

@9NDCYG7Independent from Kansas answered…12mos

@9N8CG62Constitution from Illinois answered…12mos

No, but have strict guidelines and accountability concerning discrimination on any basis not relevant to the codified procedure - even those not pertaining to faith, race, sex, disability, or sexual orientation. Agency policy can mandate asking a few hypothetical questions to determine likelihood of guideline compliance.

@9N7BC8TWomen’s Equality from New York answered…12mos

Yes, and also include LGBTQ+ topics Yes, and extend the requirement to private companies as well Yes, as long as it covers all protected groups (age, sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion) and is not based on critical race theory

@9MTNJHWDemocrat from Connecticut answered…12mos

Yes, this should also be require by private companies and should include LGBTQ+ topics as well

@9M8N2DJVeteran from Arizona answered…12mos

No, Racial sensitivity training and critical race theory are innately racist.

@9LZRTJTDemocrat from California answered…12mos

YES, and include all minorities in this. This should also be required by private companies

@9LHTDCYWomen’s Equality from Virginia answered…12mos

Yes, as well as all other protected groups (age, sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion).

@9L4QVZPIndependent from Arkansas answered…12mos

@9KTVC38Green from Pennsylvania answered…12mos

@9KBL37KConstitution from California answered…12mos

No simply because the bias of those running it can become and issue race should never even be mentioned. But the elite at like to keep race problem going. Makes them money. I would rather see our world seeking peace but not by force by letting people alone and don’t bring up race

@9K46T6JRepublican from Missouri answered…1yr

Depends on what racial sensitivity training actually entails.

@Eric-GuggerIndependent from Colorado answered…1yr

Yes, include LGBTQ+ topics and extend it to every business, both private and public.

@9JVLRNVPeace and Freedom from North Carolina answered…1yr

Yes, but only for those who fall into the category of racists or racially insensitive

@9JVF2L7Libertarian from Texas answered…1yr

The State should be abolished, but so long as there is a state, it ought to have racial sensitivity training.

@9JSYW8HGreen from Montana answered…1yr

Yes, diversity training should be required when employees interact directly with members of the public.

@9JMBLTDLibertarian from South Carolina answered…1yr

The federal government should have reduced control on the private market

@9JJQG8WAmerican Solidarity from North Carolina answered…1yr

@9JJCSYDLibertarian from California answered…1yr

The government should never require a private business to do anything

@9JCBB8QPeace and Freedom from New Hampshire answered…1yr

@9J997J7Socialist from Oregon answered…1yr

@9JBSGRQVeteran from Tennessee answered…1yr

@9J997J7Socialist from Oregon answered…1yr

@9J6ZTXFGreen from Texas answered…1yr

@9T6M597Peace and Freedom from New Jersey answered…6mos

Yes, as long as it covers all protected groups (age, sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion) and is extended to private companies as well

@9T69XQFGreen from Ohio answered…6mos

@9SZDFL4Peace and Freedom from Washington answered…7mos

Yes, as long as it covers all protected groups and is based on critical race theory.

@9SXXW7PVeteran from California answered…7mos

No. Some people are mean. Adults should be able to get over it.

@9SXH4F8Libertarianfrom Virgin Islands  answered…7mos

I am an anarchist so I don't support the existance of government property

@9SBT27KSocialist from Pennsylvania answered…8mos

No, this has been proven to have the opposite of the desired effect. Training people to hyperfocus on race creates racism.

@9RT6BMLLibertarian from Nevada answered…9mos

There shouldn't be government employees. It should stop existing.

@AHHHHHHHGreen from Mississippi answered…9mos

Yes, and it should also cover other groups such as the LGBTQ+ community, religious minority groups, disabled people, etc.


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