Coca-Cola sidesteps claim racial sensitivity training urges employees ‘to be less white’

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The Coca-Cola Company has allegedly been exposing its white employees to critical race theory propaganda that teaches them to hate their race and thus themselves.

Late last week, organizational psychologist Karlyn Borysenko, an anti-critical race theory activist and former lifelong Democrat, published whistleblower documents from what her sources claimed was mandatory “online training” for Coca-Cola employees.

The documents called for “confronting racism” by making an effort to “try to be less white.” And by less white, the document meant “less oppressive, “less arrogant,” “less certain,” “less defensive,” “less ignorant,” “more humble,” etc.

The insinuation was that white people are “ignorant,” mean malcontents who need to be fixed to be more like their apparently superior non-white peers.

View the documents below:

The documents have since been traced to a course offered by LinkedIn Learning. The course, “Confronting Racism,” is taught by Robin DeAngelo, the radical critical race theorist behind the widely panned manifesto “White Fragility.”

(Source: LinkedIn)

Coca-Cola meanwhile released a vague, dodgy statement Saturday admitting only that its own “inclusive workplace” training program “includes access to” all of LinkedIn Learning’s content on “diversity, equity, and inclusion.”

However, the billionaire-dollar corporation stopped short of addressing the allegation that DeAngelo’s radical training is mandatory for company employees. Notably, Coca-Cola also avoided condemning the blatantly racist material.

The video circulating on social media is from a publicly available LinkedIn Learning series and is not a focus of our company’s curriculum. Our Better Together global learning curriculum is part of a learning plan to help build an inclusive workplace,” the company said.

It is comprised of a number of short vignettes, each a few minutes long. The training includes access to LinkedIn Learning on a variety of topics, including on diversity, equity, and inclusion. We will continue to refine this curriculum.”

As of Sunday morning, not a single mainstream media outlet in America had picked up the story or, at the very least, ran op-eds complaining about LinkedIn allowing its learning platform to be overrun with radical, racist propaganda.

Over on social media, on the other hand, criticism was mounting against Coca-Cola and its tacit endorsement of what some have described as “Nazi level evil propaganda.”

Look:

Backlash against LinkedIn has been more muted, which seems odd given that LinkedIn is the website that’s actually hosting the propaganda.

Regardless, this “training” material that’s being propped up by LinkedIn and tacitly supported/endorsed by Coca Cola is, unfortunately, not really a surprise.

Virtually every company and institution in America has become corrupted by critical race theory propaganda, including the United States federal government.

After taking office last month, President Joe Biden revived a series of racist, illiberal critical-race-theory “training” programs that had been installed by the Obama administration but then later rescinded by former President Donald Trump.

“It’s absolutely astonishing how critical race theory has pervaded every institution in the federal government,” Christopher Rufo, an anti-critical race theory activist with the Discovery Institute, told Fox News’s Tucker Carlson late last year.

“What I have discovered is that critical race theory has become, in essence, the default ideology of the federal bureaucracy and is now being weaponized against the American people.”

Listen via Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight“:

Even with Trump in office, Rufo said, the racist tenets of critical race theory were still being widely disseminated everywhere throughout the feral government, including even in the Treasury Department.

“The Treasury Department … held a seminar earlier this year from a man named Howard Roth, a diversity trainer who has billed the federal government more than $5 million over the past 15 years for conducting seminars on critical race theory,” Rufo noted.

“He told Treasury employees essentially that America was a fundamentally a white supremacist country and virtually all white people uphold the system of racism and white superiority.”

Sound familiar? It’s the same rhetoric that’s being amplified by LinkedIn, Cola-Cola and hundreds (if  not thousands) of corporations, from Nickelodean to PetSmart.

Sadly, the only way to fight back against corporations like Cola-Cola is to deprive them of business. As for the federal government, the law “is the answer”:

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Vivek Saxena

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