Under Armour appears to be the next big corporation found to be forcing employees to undergo anti-white training sessions, a report says.
According to the Outkick, a whistleblower is reporting that the sportswear giant has mandated that employees take a so-called “anti-racism” course entitled “Above the Surface: Dominant White Progressive Narratives” that urges white employees to examine how they might be racist.
Under Armour “forced its white employees to participate in a training program that asked them to consider ways in which they might be racist.”
The course’s moderator even reportedly asked white employees how many “virtually all-white” funerals they had attended during their lives, insisting that not going to a minority funeral may prove the employee is racist. After asking that question, the moderator quickly interrupted, saying that she didn’t want to give whites time to think of their answer. She then told white employees that the question “should be something that you are thinking about if you are white for the rest of your life.”
In another part of the training, whites are told that saying “I was taught to treat everyone the same” is also racist.
The program’s host went on saying, “I’m hoping that those questions for most white people surface, that there’s a little more going on than ‘we just were taught to see everybody as equal.'”
According to the whistleblower, this particular training session was held in the Spring of 2020.
The training also attacked the white employees’ parents if their parents moved to a particular place to get their kids into “good schools.”
“Did your parents care about what kind of school you went to? If so, why?” the program asked Under Armor’s employees, adding, “How often had you had a teacher or professor of your own race(s)?”
Under Armour joins soft drink giant Coca-Cola in pushing supposed “anti-racism” training on employees that essentially tells them that all whites are racists.
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