Businesses Embracing CRT
Several Fortune 500 companies are implementing CRT training that’s expressly racist against white people.
Using the popular buzz words “equity,” “diversity,” and “inclusivity,” businesses across the country have begun embracing the zeitgeist of the woke “anti-racism” movement, all in an apparent effort to ensure they’re standing on the “right” side of
history the culture war. Via so-called diversity and inclusion departments, an increasing number of Fortune 500 companies are actively “training” their employees to adhere to the world of woke.
One example comes from America’s largest insurance company, Cigna, which the Washington Examiner reports “allegedly told employees not to hire white men as part of the company’s broader race theory campaign.” Cigna has apparently embraced Critical Race Theory and is seeking to indoctrinate its employees in this new woke dogma and then hold them to it.
Several Cigna employees are ringing alarm bells over the “sensitivity training” they are expected to undergo, which they consider racist and discriminatory — because the training is in fact racist and discriminatory. The sensitivity training counsels employees to work against “microaggressions” attributed to being “white,” “Christian,” or “heterosexual.” The company also recommends leftist “anti-racism” source materials such as Robin DiAngelo’s White Fragility and Ibram X. Kendi’s How to Be an Antiracist.
But Cigna is only one of several major U.S. companies pushing CRT, usually via their aforementioned diversity and inclusivity departments. Both Morgan Stanley and Deloitte are putting their employees through this training, with the former accused of implementing an anti-white quota hiring system while the latter threatens to punish employees for unintentional “microaggressions.” And we’re only scratching the surface in how American Big Business has really gotten woke in recent years.
This culture war is just heating up, and if allowed to continue down its current track, eventually everyone will be forced to capitulate to the woke narrative or risk being canceled — and not just from social media, but from their very jobs and livelihoods.
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