As America’s major cities continue to be besieged both by rioters and inane local governments, and as increasing numbers of individuals are being attacked for dissenting from the elites’ party line regarding race and gender via “cancelling” and “doxxing,” we deem it to be in the public interest to identify those organizations in government, education and culture, civil life, and religion who have signaled their allegiance to this ideology. With the name of the organization shall be a link to its declaration of adherence. Obviously, motives involved veer wildly from naïve idealism to the most cynical virtue-signaling.


Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture

Smithsonian Anacostia Museum

National Park Service

United States Department of State

United States Embassy, Austria

Governor of California


African American Intellectual History Society

African Studies Association

Agricultural History Society

American Academy of Arts and Letters

American Academy of Arts and Sciences

American Academy of Religion

American Anthropological Association

American Antiquarian Society

American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the History of Nursing

American Association for Italian Studies

American Association for State and Local History

American Association of Geographers

American Association of Medical Colleges

American Catholic Historical Association Executive Committee

American Comparative Literature Association

American Conference for Irish Studies

American Council of Learned Societies

American Folklore Society

American Heritage

American Historical Association

American Humor Studies Association

American Literature Association

American Medical Association

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American Oriental Society

American Philosophical Association

American Philosophical Society

American Physiological Association

American Political Science Association

American Schools of Oriental Research

American Society for Aesthetics

American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies

American Society for Environmental History

American Society for Theatre Research

American Society of Church History

American Society of International Law

American Sociological Association

American Studies Association

American Theatre and Drama Society

Archaeological Institute of America

Association for Asian Studies

Association for Computers and the Humanities

Association for Jewish Studies

Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action

Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies

Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies

Association for the Study of Literature and Environment

Association of American Colleges and Universities

Association of American Law Schools

Association of Caribbean Historians

Authors Guild

plus many more in original article.

The above  was taken from a Sept.  1 article by Charles Coiulombe in Crisis magazine.