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AT&T Re-Education Program Tells Whites “You Are the Problem” And Confess Their “White Privilege”


Another corporation is about to go in flames for going woke.

This time its AT&T for their new racial reeducation program that states racism is a uniquely white trait.

Journalist Christopher Rufo obtained the internal documents and published them on his website.

Named the Listen Understand Act, the program pushes absurd topics such as “critical race theory”, “white privilege”, and “white fragility.”

White employees must acknowledge “systematic racism” and read material that supports a variety of left-wing causes.

Lack of participation in the Listen Understand Act program results in docked points on manager performance reviews.

And there’s social coercion to commit to other initiatives.

If you don’t participate, you’re labeled a racist.

Daily Mail provided additional details:

The source told Rufo that employees are asked to sign a loyalty pledge to ‘keep pushing for change.’

They are encouraged to sign up to ‘intentions’ such as ‘reading more about systemic racism’ and ‘challenging others’ language that is hateful.’

The source, described as a senior employee, said: ‘If you don’t do it, you’re a racist.’

Rufo published several pages from the Listen Understand Act portal.

One of the recommended reading items was a May 31, 2020 article from the Chicago Tribune by columnist Dahleen Glanton, entitled: ‘White America, if you want to know who’s responsible for racism, look in the mirror.’

The portal also recommended books such as White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism, by Robin DiAngelo, and White Awake: An Honest Look at What It Means to Be White, by Daniel Hill.

In the ‘Act’ section of the training program, Rufo reported, AT&T encourages employees to participate in a ’21-Day Racial Equity Habit Challenge’.

The plan, he said, relies on the concepts of ‘whiteness,’ ‘white privilege,’ and ‘white supremacy’ and those participating must commit to ‘do one action [per day for 21 days] to further [their] understanding of power, privilege, supremacy, oppression, and equity.’

The challenge begins with a series of lessons on ‘whiteness,’ which claims, among other things, that ‘white supremacy [is] baked into our country’s foundation,’ that ‘Whiteness is one of the biggest and most long-running scams ever perpetrated,’ and that the ‘weaponization of whiteness’ creates a ‘constant barrage of harm’ for minorities.

Participants are told: ‘Notice your biases and judgments as they arise. These are gold for you to excavate your subconscious!’

Telling one particular race they’re the problem isn’t going to solve anything.

It only creates a divisive work environment amongst co-workers.

And it’s another form of discrimination against others for their skin color.


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