Report: Target is bankrolling a "charity" that is working to shut down Mt. Rushmore, as well as supporting other radical "equity" causes
· Jun 7, 2023 ·

If pushing satanism and radical transgender ideology on kids didn't push you over the edge, how's this for a reason to boycott Target:

Target, like most major corporations, is deeply involved in leftwing "charities" and this is one of the most bizarre and radical groups I have ever heard of.

The group NDN is a radical left organization and one of its missions is to fight "white supremacy" and a major goal of theirs is to return the land Mount Rushmore sits on to native control, shutting down one of America's most iconic landmarks. This is all part of the group's LANDBACK initiative.

Fox News broke this story.

The Target Foundation's webpage reflected that it funded the NDN Collective in 2022, a South Dakota-based nonprofit with a revenue stream that has reached as high as $50M+, according to its 2021 tax filing. NDN operates with a "racial equity lens" and is "dedicated to building Indigenous power [t]hrough organizing, activism, philanthropy, grantmaking… and narrative change."

Translation: They're funding a bunch of anti-American Marxists.

The group calls Mt. Rushmore a symbol of "White Supremacy" and considers it their primary goal to have the United States give the monument and national park away.

The organization's campaign "LANDBACK" called for America to give up its public land.

"The closure of Mount Rushmore, return of that land and all public lands in the Black Hills, South Dakota is our cornerstone battle," NDN said. "Not only does Mount Rushmore sit in the heart of the sacred Black Hills, but it is 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, is putting Indigenous Lands back in Indigenous hands."

In addition to their radical positions on equity, NDN is also explicitly anti-capitalist, anti-US military, AND anti-cop, claiming that they're all based on slavery and white supremacy.

This is in addition to millions given to other DEI initiatives post-George Floyd.

Just remember, when you shop at Target that this is what they support.

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