Report: Disney Employee Training Includes 'White Privilege Checklist,' Says America Founded on 'Systemic Racism,' Leaked Docs Show

Nick Kangadis | May 10, 2021
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One has to wonder where The Walt Disney Company is getting its propaganda cues from, because this next report looks to be straight out of communist's dream.

According to journalist Christopher F. Rufo, leaked documents show that Disney released a new program for employees called "Reimagine Tomorrow," which reads like it was passed down from the communist Chinese government.

As Rufo reported:

The core of Disney’s racial program is a series of training modules on “antiracism.” In one module, called “Allyship for Race Consciousness,” the company tells employees that they must “take ownership of educating [themselves] about structural anti-Black racism” and that they should “not rely on [their] Black colleagues to educate [them],” because it is “emotionally taxing.” The United States, the document claims, has a “long history of systemic racism and transphobia” and white employees, in particular, must “work through feelings of guilt, shame, and defensiveness to understand what is beneath them and what needs to be healed.” Disney recommends that employees atone by “challeng[ing] colorblind ideologies and rhetoric” such as “All Lives Matter” and “I don’t see color”; they must “listen with empathy [to] Black colleagues” and must “not question or debate Black colleagues’ lived experience.”

In another module, called “What Can I Do About Racism?,” Disney tells employees that they should reject “equality,” with a focus on “equal treatment and access to opportunities,” and instead strive for “equity,” with a focus on “the equality of outcome.” The training also includes a series of lessons on “implicit biases,” “microaggressions,” and “becoming an antiracist.” The company tells employees that they must “reflect” on America’s “racist infrastructure” and “think carefully about whether or not your wealth, income, treatment by the criminal justice system, employment, access to housing, health care, political power, and education might be different if you were of a different race.” 

So, quick question. If you're looking to combat "anti-black racism," why would you not want black people to be a part of that discussion? I get that the idea is for you to learn for yourself, but by that logic isn't it racist to think that the non-black person learning or the non-black people teaching them know better about "anti-black racism" than black people themselves? Asking for a friend (that's sarcasm).

And hey, what would a training program for a major corporation be if there weren't multiple slights to white Americans? Apparently, Disney has problems with their "white employees," right? Because typically, companies only institute programs like this when a problem presents itself and persists.

Way to go, Disney! Way to be ahead of the curve and make your white employees feel less than equal by promoting that the "less than equal" black people need white people to learn about not perceiving black people as less than.

It's a word salad that seems to have been thought up for increased control over their employees under the guise of being "anti-racist." 

Much like Coca-Cola, Disney could see their business take a big hit by being yet another huge corporation being racist against white people and hating the United States - you know, the country where Disney grew to where they are today.

H/T: The Blaze