[Dreadful. And Walmart is originally a southern owned business. Everything is so infiltrated by Jews and Liberals. And the business system is so weak, generally. Jan]
The best way to tell that critical race theory is bad and everywhere is that libs in the media keep saying it’s good but nowhere. The more they object that they aren’t doing something, the more they are, you can bet your bippy.
Critical Race Theory has already infiltrated top levels of the military, has totally subsumed all higher education, and is being implemented in schools over the increasingly angry objections of more and more parents who the unions now want declared “domestic terrorists.”
And it’s also at Walmart.
“Woke Walmart has trained more than 1,000 employees in critical race theory, denouncing the US as a ‘white-supremacy system’,” the New York Post reports, “and telling staffers to accept their ‘guilt and shame’ and stop thinking ‘white is right,’ according to leaked documents.”
Yep, leaked documents. How soon until Twitter bans the Post again?
The retail giant confirmed to The Post on Friday that it has been working with the Racial Equity Institute, a North Carolina company devoted to “creating racially equitable organizations.”
Walmart said it has “used the well-known REI program for a number of training sessions” since 2018 and “found these sessions to be thought-provoking and constructive.”
The program was first revealed by City Journal’s Christopher Rufo, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, who said a whistleblower gave him a cache of internal documents showing the training is based on critical race theory.
Staff members are reportedly separated into racially segregated “affinity groups” for the course, because “people of color and white people have their own work to do in understanding and addressing racism,” the leaked documents show.
Racial minority employees are told they suffer from “constructed racist oppression” and “internalized racial inferiority” — creating “self-hate,” “anger,” “rage” and “lowered self-esteem.”
That’s just the tip of the iceberg, there’s a lot more from the Post here.
Leland Vittert also talked about it in a segment last night.