(Natural News) The Tavistock Center in London, notorious for its transgender clinic for children, now faces another legal battle after a White Christian nurse sued it for discrimination on religious and racial grounds.
The center, operated by the Tavistock and Portman National Health Service (NHS) Foundation Trust, incidentally promotes Critical Race Theory (CRT). However, mental health nurse Amy Gallagher expressed objection to the theory during a 2020 seminar she was forced to sit through.
Now in the final stages of a two-year course in forensic psychology at the center, Gallagher said she has been the victim of discrimination based on race, religion and philosophical belief. She accused the trust of “forcing” her to submit to “racist” anti-White training. Gallagher also alleged that the trust suspended her from her final year of the course to become a psychotherapist, which had already cost her more than £20,000 ($22,678).
The seminar she was forced to attend lambasted whiteness, White fragility, White ignorance and White privilege – concepts she disagreed with. The lecturer also “spoke negatively about Christianity while no other religions were mentioned.” (Related: Critical race theory is just anti-white racism.)
Gallagher brought up her concerns during a meeting with her course leader, reiterating that she did not consider herself racist. She added that she always took a “color-blind approach,” meaning she did not judge people based on their skin color. However, Gallagher was informed that such an approach is now outdated.
“They are forcing CRT onto people,” she claimed. “You’re not allowed to disagree with it, or they will bully you for two years.”
“I’m bringing this legal case to protect my career, but it’s also the first test of woke ideology in the courts. The NHS is forcing someone to adopt a racist ideology, which needs to be stopped.”
Gallagher’s case a precedent for “lack of belief” suits
Gallagher filed a formal complaint against the trust in January 2021. She said she believes her case will be the first one centering on “lack of belief,” which argues that a White Christian woman cannot believe in CRT.
Things escalated in March 2021 after an external speaker complained to the United Kingdom’s Nursing and Midwifery Council that Gallagher had “inflicted race-based harm.” This meant that she could not work with “diverse populations,” according to the speaker.
The nurse was able to raise £27,518 ($31,202.66) on GoFundMe for her legal fees. She plans to use the funds to help pay for the initial class action lawsuit, alongside an application for a judicial review. Gallagher is supported by the Bad Law Project (BLP), an initiative of anti-woke actor Laurence Fox.
Dr. Anna Loutfi, BLP’s head of legal, said Gallagher’s suit will argue that her “lack of belief” in CRT is protected under equality law in the same manner as positive beliefs.
“Something that people are not talking about in the free speech world in the West, which I think is covered by the Equality Act under lack of belief, is [that] you have the right not to be forced to sign up [with] a set of values or [an] ideology with which you do not agree,” she said.
“On the basis of my experience there, what they describe as anti-racism is racism. What they describe as tolerance is an intolerance of anyone who thinks differently from them,” Gallagher said.
“Left unchallenged, such institutional bullying will only be emboldened. I hope my case will prove that teaching these discriminatory ideas – as though they are factual and true – within the NHS or within academia is wrong.”
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