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@B3L627TTranshumanist from Tennessee answered…2mos

Yes they should but it should directed to all races and not just certain ones

@B4B97VQSocialist from California answered…4wks

Yes, and also include LGBTQ+ topics, and extend the requirement to private companies as well

@mesternefeldAmerican Solidarity from New York answered…4wks

No, these trainings are often not helpful and are used for legal reasons.

@B45C97HPeace and Freedom from Pennsylvania answered…1mo

Yes, and cover all protected groups and have their topics in it.

@B3TNPW4Socialist from Texas answered…2mos

Yes, and it should be in place for everyone in a position of power (boss, ceo, any police officer, hospital worker, et cētera)

@B3B74NRDemocrat from California answered…2mos

@B33TH2NDemocrat from Kentucky answered…3mos

Yes and it should cover protected groups and minorities like the LGBT comunity

@B2WVFZVTranshumanist from Mississippi answered…3mos

Yes, and to be racially color blind and tolerant of other ages, sexes, races, disabilities, sexual orientations, and religions.

@Samuel.WilliarLibertarian from Florida answered…4mos

Yes, as long as it covers all protected groups (age, sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion) and is not based on critical race theory, and also includes LGBTQ+ topics

@9VGHYLHRepublican from Wisconsin answered…12mos

No but if you know an employee is without a doubt and have proof he/she is racist to any one regardless of color they should be fired

@9XX7XT4Working Family from Virginia answered…8mos

I do, but I also think that companies should do extensive background checks to ensure that racial sensitivity training shouldn't be needed in the first place.

@9W2PXNMWomen’s Equality from Maryland answered…10mos

No, it wastes time for employees who aren't discriminatory, just ensure discrimination won't be accepted

@9N8CG62Constitution from Illinois answered…2yrs

No, but have strict guidelines and accountability concerning discrimination on any basis not relevant to the codified procedure - even those not pertaining to faith, race, sex, disability, or sexual orientation. Agency policy can mandate asking a few hypothetical questions to determine likelihood of guideline compliance.

@9R7ML7GConstitution from Michigan answered…1yr

Any an all form of sensitivity training only makes a person more prone to that type of activity in which it is training against.

@9R3D9PCPeace and Freedom from Minnesota answered…1yr

No, There is a fine line between an offensive joke (Funny) and just being offensive (Not funny). These programs often forget that

@9P6BKVVVeteran from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

no because if we are all about equality then we should all be treated the same.

@9XYS4VJTranshumanist from California answered…8mos

No because while the issue is important to me, corporate sensitivity training is often hollow and rife with half baked assertions. This training should have been provided in education.

@9Q5RHHCGreen from Texas answered…2yrs

@B2KCBXRVeteran from California answered…4mos

The federal level is too broad to determine what training is needed for an individual group of employees. Better for the government to have trainings on this and other topics ready and available, to be deployed as needed/wanted by Federal departments.

@B2D7J4WRepublican from Missouri answered…4mos

No, we shouldn't create "racial sensitivity" training programs.

@9ZRT9ZLGreen from Tennessee answered…5mos

Yes, as long as the training is designed to help minorities and not make relations between majorities and minorities worse.

@9ZKLJ2RLibertarian from California answered…5mos

All people regardless of race, age, religion, gender, ability should be treated with respect and equality.

@9ZDM3W8Independent from Oregon answered…6mos

I don't think it should be called sensitivity training, I think it should be about educating and informing those who might not know a lot, not about forcing people to be tolerant.

@9ZB4QH2Peace and Freedom from Pennsylvania answered…6mos

Yes, as long as it covers all protected groups (age, sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion) and extend the requirement to private companies.

@9ZLVC7BWorking Family from Iowa answered…5mos

no because its telling you that your racist and that they are a victim we just need to learn to get along

@9Y2KNS9Democrat from Colorado answered…8mos

Yes, and extend the requirement to private companies as well, along with LGBTQ+ topics

@9TZX3MQSocialist from Washington answered…1yr

Yes, and include LGBT topics and how to cooperate and help mentally or physically disabled people effectively and everyone in federal government and private companies should have to go to help them understand this

@9Q4K4G9Democrat from Colorado answered…2yrs

@9Q4CYV8Socialist from New York answered…2yrs

@9PY8778Socialist from Illinois answered…2yrs

Yes, as long as it covers all protected groups and is based on critical race theory

@9PNJZJ2Libertarian from New York answered…2yrs

No, trainings should be determined by each company, not the government.

@9PJWBDGPeace and Freedom from New York answered…2yrs

no, "racial sensitivity training" hasn't proven to be very effective, it just causes the discriminatory person to rely on alternative micro-aggressions and play the victim for having to learn to treat others with genuine respect. this is more a mental health/empathy training kind of problem. political correctness doesn't apply well here because it does not encourage self-awareness.

@Just-A-BlipWomen’s Equality from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

Yes, and require topics on other minorities/discriminated groups and extend the requirement to private companies as well.

@9NDCYG7Independent from Kansas answered…2yrs

@9N7BC8TWomen’s Equality from New York answered…2yrs

Yes, and also include LGBTQ+ topics Yes, and extend the requirement to private companies as well Yes, as long as it covers all protected groups (age, sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion) and is not based on critical race theory

@9MYF7DCIndependent from North Carolina answered…2yrs

Yes, however, it depends on the material content and how it's presented.

@9MWLZNXWomen’s Equality from Ohio answered…2yrs

Ensure clear guidelines, action, and accountability for acts of discrimination. Suggest and encourage racial sensitivity training.

@9MTNJHWDemocrat from Connecticut answered…2yrs

Yes, this should also be require by private companies and should include LGBTQ+ topics as well

@9M8N2DJVeteran from Arizona answered…2yrs

No, Racial sensitivity training and critical race theory are innately racist.

@9LZRTJTDemocrat from California answered…2yrs

YES, and include all minorities in this. This should also be required by private companies


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