To those elected officials in 94 percent white Vermont, this is no good and must change.
So the white Governor of the state has appointed a black female as a taxpayer funded employee who has the goal of decreasing the white percentage.
Could this be classified as a state-sponsored/taxpayer funded program enabling the “Great Replacement?” You be the judge… [GOVERNOR PHIL SCOTT APPOINTS XUSANA DAVIS AS VERMONT’S FIRST RACIAL EQUITY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, Governor.Vermont.Gov, 21 JUNE 2019]:
Montpelier, Vt. – Governor Phil Scott today announced the appointment of Xusana Davis as the state’s first executive director of racial equity. Davis will work with state government agencies and departments to identify and address systemic racial disparities and support the state’s efforts to expand and bring diversity to Vermont’s overall population.
“Xusana’s leadership and experience are a perfect fit for this position, and she will be a valuable addition to our team,” said Governor Scott. “In this role, she will be critical to our work to ensure state government is demonstrating a full commitment to equal opportunity and treatment for all Vermonters, our visitors and our employees. This is an important step forward in our efforts to improve state government and strengthen our communities, both socially and economically, through real equality that values diversity.”
Davis will oversee a comprehensive organizational review to identify systemic racism in each of the three branches of state government, and inventory systems in place that engender racial disparities. Additional responsibilities include reviewing and making recommendations regarding fairness and diversity policies; reporting, gathering and analyzing race-based data to determine the nature and scope of racial discrimination within systems of government; developing and conducting training to improve systems for inclusion in state government; and working with the chief performance officer to develop performance measures.
“I am honored to be a part of Vermont’s commitment to improve equity within state government,” noted Davis. “I look forward to the opportunity to work collaboratively with all branches of government to make Vermont more accessible to all, regardless of ethnicity or place of origin.”
Davis served most recently as the director of health and housing strategic initiatives for the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. In that role, she coordinated the agency’s housing-related programs through a health equity lens. Previously, Davis served as the director of the New York City Council’s Black, Latino and Asian Caucus.
“I am delighted to welcome Xusana to Vermont and the Agency of Administration,” added Secretary of Administration Susanne Young. “Xusana has the background and skills to be successful and I look forward to working with her to drive reform that advances racial equity.”
Candidates for the position were recommended to Governor Scott by a five-member Racial Equity Advisory Panel consisting of appointees by the Senate Committee on Committees, the Speaker of the House, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, the Governor and the Human Rights Commission.
Even in 94 percent white Vermont, our elected officials are committed to one goal: it isn’t necessarily white genocide, but what else would you call it?
The Great Replacement in Vermont is now tax-payer funded…