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Coca-Cola found itself at the center of controversy on Friday after a viral social media post revealed that some Coca-Cola employees completed a racial sensitivity training course that teaches participants how to "be less white."
Images of the course were shared by psychologist Karlyn Borysenko, an activist who is fighting against critical race theory, who obtained the images from an "internal whistleblower" at Coca-Cola.
One of the slides in the course titled, "Confronting Racism," states, "Understanding What it Means to Be White, Challenging What it Means to Be Racist."
Another slide states, "To be less white is to:" "be less oppressive," "be less arrogant," "be less certain," "be less defensive," "be less ignorant," "be more humble," "listen," "believe," "break with apathy," and to "break with white solidarity."
"In the US and other Western nations, white people are socialized to feel that they are inherently superior because they are white. Research shows that by age 3 to 4, children understand that it is better to be white," another slide claims.
???????????? BREAKING: Coca-Cola is forcing employees to complete online training telling them to "try to be less white."… https://t.co/w3Wsboq7Wd— Karlyn supports banning critical race theory in NH (@Karlyn supports banning critical race theory in NH)1613745749.0
Statement from @CocaCola: https://t.co/Jzur7zuXFz https://t.co/DBIpsj5706— Chris Pandolfo (@Chris Pandolfo)1613792257.0
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