Maryland town's 'racial equity' leader revealed to have made anti-white posts, wants society to 'collapse'

"I can't wait for society to collapse so MY ideology can rise from the ashes," her cover photo reads.

Jarryd Jaeger Vancouver, BC
College Park, Maryland has launched an investigation into its "racial equity" officer, Kayla Carter, after it was revealed that she had made posts on social media targeting white people.

The self-described "anti-racist," who has held the position since May 2022, also expressed a desire to see society "collapse" so that her ideology could "rise from the ashes."

"The City has been made aware of Racial Equity Officer Kayla Carter's posts on her personal accounts," Manager Kenny Young said in a statement. "Ms. Carter's views expressed on her personal accounts do not reflect the opinions, beliefs, and core values of the City of College Park and its Mayor and Council. The City is investigating the matter and will take appropriate action."

Carter's X account, which has since been protected, is full of posts disparaging white people and calling for "black liberation," with one describing how she and her fellow revolutionaries are "already planning... for how we will eat and live and grow after we burn it all down."

Even her cover photo includes text that reads, "I can't wait for society to collapse so MY ideology can rise from the ashes."

In 2020, Carter stated that police "ARE the white supremacists," and a year later, she wrote, "I hate when White children stare at me its literally terrifying."

"I do not give a single f*ck if u 'aren't racist'," she wrote in another post. "If you aren't ACTIVELY ANTI RACIST. stay away. I don't trust you. I don't care what black friends you have / what Black people you date / what music you listen to. If you aren't trying to dismantle this sh*t everyday. ur in my way."

Carter also stated that she has "no investment in defending white people."

On LinkedIn, Carter said she is "committed to repairing systemic issues that exclude groups of people and communities, by dismantling policies and practices embedded in our lives, infrastructures, and businesses."

"As the city’s 'Racial Equity Officer'," she added, "I provide guidance on government policies and practices that have negatively impacted specific populations and then establish processes to implement, support, and sustain plans and actions to advance racial equity in the city's communities."
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I thought only whitey can be racist.

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