Corporate America reaches 'limits' on implementing CRT in the workplace

Despite the diversity hustle companies embraced during the summer of "largely peaceful protests," there are limits to how far left they will veer to gain progressive brownie points.

 

Alex Anas Ahmed, The Post Millennial

Oct 4, 2021

 

Calgary, AB / Despite the diversity hustle companies embraced during the summer of "largely peaceful protests," there are limits to how far left they will veer to gain progressive brownie points.

 

Following the tragic murder of George Floyd, some firms thought it wise to indoctrinate office workers with Critical Race Theory.

 

"CRT is an amalgam of left-wing talking points spewed out by the growing diversity-consulting business. The stated purpose by its practitioners sounds noble enough: Use CRT to root out racism and make the world a better place," wrote Fox Business Senior Correspondent Charles Gasparino in a NY Post op-ed.

 

"Racism gets rooted out mainly by brainwashing white people into believing they are inherently evil racists," he wrote concerning the identity-driven ideology of CRT advocates. They claim "[white people] are intrinsically evil racists because America is systemically racist, no matter how much it has strived during its history to be better."

 

Gasparino said the culture of corporate America seeks good corporate citizens that need to be re-educated and reprogrammed from their ­increasingly racist past, per NY Post.

 

"CRT began where most dumb ideas begin, among leftists on college campuses," reads the op-ed, adding: "It wasn't long before it somehow began seeping into the mainstream, into classrooms and finally into corporate America" after the unrest of the past year.

 

But Gasparino said CRT had faced obstacles. Across the country, he said parents are objecting to teaching kids they are "evil little racists" as mounting evidence showed CRT is under review in ­corporate America.

 

"At the height of the racial unrest last year, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon took a knee in apparent support of the radical and Marxist "Black Lives Matter" movement," wrote Gasparino.

 

The New York Times reported that the email inbox of Robin ­DiAngelo, the academic considered one of the key architects of CRT, "was flooded with urgent emails" from various companies requesting that she share her thoughts with their employees.

 

One of those companies, according to the Times, was Goldman Sachs…

 

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