Coke’s ‘be less white’ vs ‘inclusive’ Workplace Training

An article written by Lee Sonogan

Coca-Cola blasted over 'be less white' training as company says plan was to  build 'inclusive' workplace

Stuff like this is expected but you might as we labelled ‘To be less human is to;’. Why do companies keep hiring these diversity consultants to lecture them when most don’t have a problem in the first place? Well, I’m scared of being called racist for new terminology so these businesses have a lot more to lose if they do not follow the loud woke narrative. Similar to a New York teacher handing out these pamphlets to parents, when is enough enough?

“If a corporate company sent around a training kit instructing black people how to ‘be less black’, the world would implode and lawsuits would follow. I genuinely hope these employees sue @CocaCola for blatant racism and discrimination,” – Candice Owens

Just giving me topics to write about a slide show so vague like this does not seem like a good conflict resolution if truly there. Projecting oppression is a matter of perspective of being a bully as a negative distinction. It is arrogant to believe that more considered white people to need to be less of it due to more people being in the middle ground than true hate of an ideal or belief. There needs to be a level ground of ego to hold any conversation into reality but if not certain opinions questionable, the higher ground outside war is a bad thing.

Ignorance is bliss so if there is a lapse of knowledge, it is how they logically respond as opposed to the emotional side to do without even planning it through. Employees have to show they are listening, emphasising content in the character of being an asset. The single word of believe signals all or nothing which is wrong with your rights in systems that are transparent. After all that the break-in apathy will become confusing seeds and just white solidarity? go hang out with everyone that is not self-segregating themself.

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