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Coca Cola Tells Their Employees To Try To Be Less White

Leaked training materials from a Coca-Cola insider reveal slides of an employee lesson that focuses on the topic of “becoming less white.” The materials are also publicly available on LinkedIn learning under “Confronting Racism” with Robin DiAngelo, the white female author of the controversial anti-white book called “White Fragility.” Coca-Cola confirms that the screenshots of the critical race theory lesson are true, stating that their intention is to build a more “inclusive” workplace.


Confronting Racism, with Robin DiAngelo

WHISTLEBLOWER: Coca-Cola Forces Employees to Complete Online Training Telling Them to “Try to be Less White” (PHOTOS + VIDEO)

Coca-Cola accused of telling employees to ‘be LESS WHITE’ in training course by critical race theory peddler DiAngelo — RT USA News

Coca-Cola Confirms Training Employees to ‘Be Less White’ – Becker News

Coca-Cola promotes anti-white rhetoric, invites backlash, World News |

critical race theory | Definition & Facts | Britannica

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  1. The first source in the grey box under the article leads you directly there. Let us know if you are not seeing it. Thank you for visiting!

  2. You are racist we don’t have to be less white its are freedom and it’s are right and Coca-Cola was found but a white person so how about you be less black 🤔 how do you feel now

  3. “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” That is my goal

  4. I have taken time to review your work and I can now honestly say this article is extremely flawed. First lets talk about the sources. The first link, the linked-In article is on a broken link. The second link doesn’t nothing to support the first with any evidence and all the other sources is the same article, that does NOT provide any hard evidence or is very extremely skewed. The actual article states, its not Coca Cola’s training material but rather a course on linked in. Now, in the link to LinkedIn, its not there, so I cannot confirm anything.

    I’m not saying that some idiot didn’t put something out there, but linked In is very good about validating their source content.

    The actual article that you linked states:
    “The class is administered online, through the LinkedIn Learning platform, and is entitled “Confronting Racism, with Robin DiAngelo,” a top proponent of critical race theory who offers high-dollar corporate seminars on “whiteness, white fragility” and “racial justice.”

    Now, I don’t take any media’s direct word for it, unless there is source and evidence is provided. I honestly think you do this for ratings to get more money and if there is not true, I would hope that Coca Cola, will sue you for loss of revenue due to you spreading something that is unsupported.


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