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#CSD #systemicracism #racialprofiling

The systemic racism in business world is real. Does it happen in Communication Service for the Deaf (CSD) sponsoring WHITE skinned social fund venture businesses? What about BiPOC Deaf-owned, Black Deaf-owned, POC Deaf-owned businesses?

DIVERSITY. I support the diversity all the way. For example, minority owned business, for example, BiPOC, POC, Black owned business, I support their business. They are huge part of the contribution to the community, world, society, everywhere. The food is amazing! Artwork is champ! Books written are even awesome! Plenty of ideas are out there that would be huge part of the contribution to the society.

But the reality is that they are underprivileged and oppressed by the White owned businesses. The reason? Systemic Racism. It’s humanely wrong. I’ve seen some of their work that are even better than White people’s ideas. Seriously! White people does not like that. Too bad!

Once, I took a class years ago, there was a white hearing man who was eating peanut butter sandwich for lunch, I asked the interpreter to go with me, and asked him if its peanut butter, asking him if it’s delicious and the name of the peanut butter. Then, I asked him if he knows the person’s name: George Washington Carver. He have not heard that name before. I informed him that he was a Black person who invented peanut butter and the student took that food out of his mouth with disgust. Showing true colors. That’s a good example of White shaming, systemic racism.

Today, I continue to eat peanut butter. It’s good for you! The innovations by Black, BiPOC, POC are even more awesome than you can imagine. Champ! What is cooler that there are PLENTY of ideas out there! That’s too bad that White people do not see the talents. Only themselves.

For example, Communication Service for the Deaf (CSD), a place filled with White Deaf people, there is a good example of Social Fund Venture (SFV), the money goes to support Deaf owned businesses, the majority are White owned. Is that a good example of systemic racism?

There are plenty of Black Deaf-owned businesses, BiPOC Deaf-owned , and POC Deaf-owned out there, they should not be invisible anymore. They need more support than ever. Communication Service for the Deaf (CSD) practices systemic racism?

By the way, it is a good example of monopoly making Communication Service for the Deaf (CSD) richer at the expense of White Deaf owned businesses, richer and richer while Black Deaf-owned businesses, BiPOC Deaf-owned businesses, and POC Deaf-owned businesses should not suffer anymore. It is clearly and obviously that the Communication Service for the Deaf (CSD) practicing system racism. No?

Check the link:

csdsvf.com

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