America First Legal Is Demolishing DEI Across The Country — Here’s How

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(Daily Caller) The Civil War exemplifies the magnificence and humility of our country. At no time in world history has another nation turned inward against itself in armed combat to end slavery. We lost over 750,000 Americans and amended the United States Constitution by adding the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments to secure unalienable rights for all who had been wrongfully denied them.

Since then, eight civil rights acts have been enacted, the landmark of which is the Civil Rights Act of 1964 due to its comprehensive prohibition of discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Our collective, ongoing determination to achieve a more perfect union as our founders envisioned is indisputable proof that the American Dream persists.


Now, just sixty years after President Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act, racism is again rearing its ugly head in America. Only today racism is directed at white and Asian men. And, incredibly, it’s actually defended, bolstered, and outright lauded by legacy media, politicians, corporations, universities, social-media activists, and even the president.

Under the guise of “diversity, equity, and inclusion” (DEI), both the private and public sectors have adopted brazenly discriminatory policies that judge Americans according to skin color, sex, ethnicity, and “gender identity.” In doing so, they have inverted the American Dream, turning it into a nightmare for democracy.

These odious policies are the creation of the highest levels of our federal government, with President Biden implementing a “whole-of-government equity agenda,” particularly by way of Executive Orders 13985 and 14091. Many organizations use race and sex-based quotas, which is patently illegal under federal law.

The DEI industrial complex was essentially untouchable. Nobody had been willing to challenge its legality. Then America First Legal burst onto the scene in 2021.

We quickly emerged as one of the nation’s preeminent civil rights organizations because, unlike the ACLU, we chose to — lo and behold — actually focus on civil rights rather than political ideology.

When it comes to specifically taking on DEI, no organization has been more impactful, effective, and aggressive than AFL. In just under three years, we have defeated racism in all spheres of American society.

On the federal level, we sued and successfully defeated the Farm Loan Forgiveness Program and the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, which put white farmers and restaurant owners last in line to receive COVID-19 relief funds because they simply happened to be white.

On a state level, we forced Minnesota, Utah, and New Mexico to rescind their racist policy of distributing life-saving COVID-19 treatment based on race.

More recently, we have set our target on corporate America, which proudly and unapologetically foments anti-white and anti-male discrimination. We have now filed over two dozen federal civil rights complaints with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against, among others, IBM, Macy’s, Starbucks, Mars, BlackRock, United, American, Alaska, and Southwest. We have also filed lawsuits against Amazon, Progressive Insurance, Meta, Texas A&M, and NYU for alleged racial and sex discrimination that predominantly excludes straight, white men from being hired, receiving career advancements and bonuses, and gaining academic admissions.


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