The bottom three-quarters of the chart lists "covert" or "socially acceptable" forms of white supremacy- including celebration of Columbus Day, racial profiling, tokenism, "white savior complex," denial of white privilege, and "Make America Great Again."
The chart was shared from the OHDS Twitter account May 29 without an accompanying caption. It was deleted June 1.
"An intern shared this tweet without permission," archdiocesan spokesperson Susan Thomas told CNA in an email.
"We cannot speculate on that person's intentions. We can say that it does not reflect the values of the Church or our Archdiocese and that person no longer works here."
Though the chart has been shared broadly online since 2017, the original source is not immediately clear. It appears to have been shared on social media beginning around 2016, including on several faith-based websites such as the Christian blog Radical Discipleship.
Several websites that shared the image cited a 2005 document from the Boulder, Colorado based Safehouse Alliance for Progressive Nonviolence as the source, which does include a black-and-white version of the chart.
The widely-shared color version of the chart includes most of the same information as the 2005 version. The phrase "Make America Great Again" on the chart is a later addition, since the 2005 version came out several years before the presidential candidacy of Donald Trump, who popularized the phrase.
Dozens of cities across the country have seen widespread protests in the wake of the death of George Floyd. In the video of the May 25 arrest, an officer with the Minneapolis Police Department can be seen kneeling on Floyd's neck as he is taken into custody- he died soon after.