So much for separation of church and state…. the Environmental Protection Agency awarded a Unitarian church with $30,000 to promote its progressive radical environmental agenda. To make matters worse, the church has also preached about “white privilege” and made sermons stoking the flames of racial tension in America.
The Environmental Protection Agency has given $30,000 to a Unitarian church that preaches about “white privilege” and says that America is “structurally racist.” The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Boca Raton, Florida, received an “environmental justice grant” for education and training about sea level rise and climate change, the agency announced Wednesday. The grant is to provide “Replicable and Scalable Community Climate Resilience Building in Two Communities in Palm Beach County, Florida.”
“EPA’s environmental justice grants help communities across the country understand and address exposure to multiple environmental harms and risks at the local level,” said Matthew Tejada, the director of the Office of Environmental Justice. “Addressing the impacts of climate change is a priority for EPA and the projects supported by this year’s grants will help communities prepare for and build resilience to localized climate impacts.”
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The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Boca Raton is a “liberal religious community” that currently offers classes on “Being White,” and holds town meetings on Black Lives Matter. The church supports same-sex marriage and has a climate-change working group.
An EPA spokesman told the Free Beacon that “the award of this grant does not in any way represent an endorsement of any messages or work outside of the scope of this individual project.”
The EPA has been a long time political propaganda tool for the Obama Administration. It uses taxpayer dollars to lobby for itself, redecorate its extravagant offices, tamper with research, hide data that undermine Obama’s war on energy, and more. They spent over $15.1 million on PR consultants between 2000 and 2014.
The Free Beacon details the activities and teachings of the progressive church in more detail here. You really have to read it to believe it.