Yes, the once great civil rights advocate changed the law to support discrimination.
Of course, they just said they wanted to increase opportunity. We know that isn't right, that is not what the story is. I'll let them speak for themselves.
The CGA's racial commissar Antonio Farias; BEHOLD, RED IN TOOTH & CLAW,
... equity of outcome must be the benchmark by which we measure our success.The only way to do that is to discriminate against one group, and actively discriminate for others.
As by their actions and "accountability reviews," we know what they measure; race and ethnicity. Therefor, you have a government institution who openly and proudly state their plan to act in a racialist manner.
Retrograde racialist theory in action - and you're paying for it. Shame on the USCG.