Author Topic: Coca-Cola Forces Employees to Take Course on How to Be ‘Less White’  (Read 488 times)

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Coca-Cola employees are taught to be “less white” by the course, which implies that to be white is to be arrogant, defensive, ignorant, and oppressive…

The course is available on the business network LinkedIn’s “LinkedIn Learning” site, which allows people to upload courses on various topics, both free and paid, giving companies easy access to training materials for their staff.

When viewing the 1,016 people on LinkedIn who had “liked” the course, National File was able to confirm that one of the most recent likes was an employee of Coca-Cola America, giving more supporting evidence that the screenshots were legitimate.

Borysenko highlighted that given any company can pay for the racist, anti-white training, “Coke probably isn’t the only company using this training on their employees.”

National File was able to uncover a large list of companies whose employees had also “liked” the course on the LinkedIn Learning page.

Other people who liked the course include employees from: Microsoft, Singapore Airlines, the Philadelphia Eagles, the DNC, AIG Insurance, Adidas, Santander Bank, Walmart, LEGO, Carhartt, Regeneron, LA’s Unified School District, the UNHCR, the ADL, Nokia, Seattle PD, the Blue Cross, Tiffany and Co, Renault, Verizon, Dropbox, Vodafone, Western Union, and LinkedIn itself.

According to Borysenko, similar anti-white courses were halted by Coca-Cola following President Trump’s executive orderbanning critical race theory training for federal contractors last year, “telling staff that they would start again if Biden won,” and that they now plan to integrate this course “with on boarding and training” of new employees.

More @: https://nationalfile.com/coca-cola-forces-employees-to-take-white-fragility-authors-course-on-how-to-be-less-white/
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