White, Liberal Women Are Paying $2500 To Confront Their Racism at ‘Privilege Dinner Party’
White elitist women are paying $2,500 to confront their own “racism” and “privilege” at “Privilege” dinner parties hosted by a group called “Race 2 Dinner.”
The Guardian reports that the group was founded to “smash your white fragility” and help women confront their “complicity” in “oppression.”
This program is the brainchild of Regina Jackson and Saira Rao, both of whom are very outspoken about social justice on social media. Rao, a failed Colorado Congressional candidate and the more temperamental of the two, has claimed things such as the American flag makes her “sick,” and minorities that disagree with her are “tokens.”
For $2,500 Jackson and Rao will host a dinner of 8-10 white women and confront them about their “white privilege.” They’ll be asked questions like: “What is your racism?” and “What was a racist thing you did recently?” so that the women can dig deep and accept their own biases “however subconscious.”
The team specifically targets liberal women, disregarding the 53% of white women that voted for Trump in 2016 because they’re either admitted racists or the brainwashed partners of Patriarchial leaders.
Jackson told the Guardian: “If they [white women] don’t hold these positions themselves, the white men in power are often their family, friends and partners.”
“Our mission is simple – reveal the naked truth about RACISM in America and UNLEASH YOUR POWER as white women to dismantle it. This isn’t the stuff of Trump, the KKK, and Nazis. That’s easy, it’s obvious and denouncing it requires almost nothing of white folks,” their website blares. ‘What’s hard? Looking at yourself in the mirror and acknowledging that, as a white person in America, you are an active participant in upholding white supremacy. This isn’t personal. This doesn’t make you bad. This is systemic.”
“Our goal is to reveal to you what BIPOC have always seen: your white privilege, your power, your control, and your complicity in all of the above. You are an integral part of this system,” the mission statement reads. “Are you willing to use this power to dismantle the hate rather than to uphold it?”
Jackson and Rao say this change makes you feel pain and they’ve been booked since the Spring of 2019.