Breaking: Woke Target Caught Red-Handed

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An investigation has uncovered that retail giant Target has been providing funding to a radical anti-military organization.

Financial records indicate that Target has been channeling funds through a nonprofit to various far-left groups, including the NDN Collective.

The NDN Collective is a radical organization advocating for the demilitarization of the United States and calling for the closure of Mount Rushmore, which they perceive as a symbol of white supremacy.

This revelation about Target’s “woke” funding efforts was brought to light during an investigation conducted by Fox News.

According to Fox, these radical expenditures are part of Target Corporation’s diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) program, which was initiated in response to the violent George Floyd protests led by the Black Lives Matter movement in 2020.

However, instead of solely focusing on enhancing representation and support for historically marginalized groups, Target has been allocating funds to organizations with explicit far-left political agendas.

Under the guidance of its “diversity chief” Kiera Fernandez, Target accelerated its DEI program in response to demands from the Black Lives Matter organization.

Fernandez has previously called on “white women” to combat alleged systemic racism in America.

Fox News discovered that Target, through its nonprofit foundation, directed by senior corporate treasurers, provided funding to the NDN Collective.

NDN Collective advocates for the transfer and redistribution of U.S. sovereign land, such as Mount Rushmore, and campaigns for the demilitarization of the U.S. military, which they characterize as violent.

Additionally, the same grantee supports the destruction of Israel’s Jewish character through the Palestinian “Law of Return.”

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NDN Collective aims to employ economic warfare strategies against Israel, including boycotts and sanctions, in order to “Free Palestine.”

Another organization receiving grants from the Target Foundation suggests that parents should specifically teach “white children” to acknowledge and understand systemic racism by discussing it with them.

This organization also asserts that capitalism perpetuates racism.

Target Foundation’s website indicated its funding of the NDN Collective in 2022.

According to its 2021 tax filing, the NDN Collective is a South Dakota-based nonprofit with a significant revenue stream that has exceeded $50 million.

NDN Collective operates with a “racial equity lens” and is dedicated to advancing Indigenous power through organizing, activism, philanthropy, grantmaking, and narrative change.

The organization identifies as “intersectional,” a concept coined by critical race theorist KimberlĂ© Crenshaw, who argues that America is inherently structured with racist and misogynistic systems that intersect to create multiple layers of oppression for individuals.

NDN Collective seeks collaboration with other marginalized groups to strive towards liberation.

Their campaign, known as “LANDBACK,” calls for the relinquishment of public land in the United States.

“The closure of Mount Rushmore, return of that land and all public lands in the Black Hills, South Dakota is our cornerstone battle,” NDN Collective stated.

“Mount Rushmore not only sits in the heart of the sacred Black Hills, but it is also an international symbol of white supremacy and colonization. To truly dismantle white supremacy and systems of oppression, we have to go back to the roots, which, for us, means putting Indigenous Lands back in Indigenous hands.”

LANDBACK also supports the dilution of Israel’s Jewish character by opening its doors to self-identified Palestinian refugees.

Following Israel’s handover of the Gaza Strip for peace in 2005, which resulted in control by the Hamas terror group, some consider it a “missile launch pad.”

LANDBACK also employs a phrase that has long been interpreted as a call for the elimination of the Jewish state, similar to the stance of terrorist organizations like Hamas, according to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).

The NDN Collective holds hostile views towards the military and advocates for the demilitarization of the United States.

They claim that the U.S. military actively takes land from communities worldwide and employs its presence to pursue its own agenda, using violence to establish dominance domestically and internationally.

Fox News reached out to Target to address how the corporation can publicly support veterans while simultaneously funding an anti-military organization, but no immediate response was received.

Target expressed its gratitude to those who have served or are serving the country in a 2020 statement: “If you or your loved ones are serving or have served our country, we share our heartfelt thanks—today and always.”

NDN Collective also alleges that the U.S. military has origins rooted in indiscriminate killings and complicity in slavery.

They claim that the establishment of informal militias comprised of settlers was not for police or citizen protection but rather to forcibly remove Native Americans and capture runaway enslaved Africans.

NDN Collective endorses the far-left Green New Deal proposed by Democratic Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), which opposes fossil fuels, and refers to the U.S. military as the world’s largest institutional polluter.

In another instance demonstrating their stance on law enforcement, the organization expressed opposition to the construction of a police training center called “cop city” in Atlanta.

Opponents of “cop city” have staged protests, some of which turned violent, resulting in 19 defendants being charged with domestic terrorism.

Apart from the NDN Collective, Target has provided funding to other organizations such as YWCA Minneapolis, which aims to incorporate racial equity into local policies since 2019.

The organization argues that capitalism, as the prevailing economic system, is connected to racism, genocide, and systemic inequities.

They offer “anti-racist” guidance to parents and community members, emphasizing the importance of raising children, especially white children, to recognize and understand race and its impact on society.

Target also supports a YWCA chapter in St. Paul and provides grants to the National Urban League (NUL), which advocates for federal laws restricting the Second Amendment and alternatives to policing.

Target states that it expedited its equity agenda in response to the 2020 protests following the death of George Floyd. However, some grants were disbursed before that time.

Target CEO Brian Cornell discussed the company’s DEI strategy in a September 2022 interview, mentioning that meetings held in 2019 prepared him for George Floyd’s murder.

Cornell has also stated that Target’s diversity strategy has proven beneficial for the business, driving sales and fostering engagement with teams and customers.

Financial records further reveal that Target has allocated at least $2.1 million to an organization called GLSEN.

GLSEN urges school districts to adopt policies that withhold information from parents about their children’s in-school gender transitions.

The organization provides sexually explicit books to schools and advocates for the integration of gender ideology across various curriculum subjects, including math.

Moreover, Target has a connection to GLSEN through Carlos Saavedra, a vice president of brand marketing at Target and a treasurer at GLSEN.

These recent revelations come amidst Target facing criticism for promoting a satanic-themed transgender clothing line for children and receiving complaints regarding the sale of “tuck-friendly” swimsuits for girls.

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