Boycott Racist Disney Forever: Disney Caught Indoctrinating Employees With Critical Race Theory, Anti-White Racist Propaganda, "White Privilege" Checklist

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"According to newly leaked employee training manuals, the Walt Disney Company has been pushing "Critical Race Theory" (CRT) on its employees, including lectures on race and white privilege, and how America was 'founded on systemic racism.'

According to the trove of documents leaked by a whistleblower, Disney's "diversity and inclusion" program called "Reimagine Tomorrow" as become "deeply politicized and engulfed parts of the company in racial conflict, according to city-journal.org.

The core of Disney’s racial program is a series of training modules on “antiracism.” In one, called “Allyship for Race Consciousness,” the company tells employees that they must “take ownership of educating [themselves] about structural anti-Black racism” and that they should “not rely on [their] Black colleagues to educate [them],” because it is “emotionally taxing.” The United States, the document claims, has a “long history of systemic racism and transphobia,” and white employees, in particular, must “work through feelings of guilt, shame, and defensiveness to understand what is beneath them and what needs to be healed.” Disney recommends that employees atone by “challeng[ing] colorblind ideologies and rhetoric” such as “All Lives Matter” and “I don’t see color”; they must “listen with empathy [to] Black colleagues” and must “not question or debate Black colleagues’ lived experience.”

Disney tells employees that they should reject “equality,” with a focus on “equal treatment and access to opportunities,” and instead strive for “equity,” with a focus on “the equality of outcome.” The training also includes a series of lessons on “implicit biases,” “microaggressions,” and “becoming an antiracist.” The company tells employees that they must “reflect” on America’s “racist infrastructure” and “think carefully about whether or not your wealth, income, treatment by the criminal justice system, employment, access to housing, health care, political power, and education might be different if you were of a different race.” -city-journal.org

To enact this radical training agenda, Disney sponsored the creation of the "21-Day Racial Equity and Social Justice Challenge" in partnership with the YWCA. It begins with information on "systemic racism" and demands that participants accept that they have "all been raised in a society that elevates white culture over others.""

Tell Disney Co. to take a flying leap into Africa and never darken the shores of America with your lying racist propaganda again.
Racist scum!
SOURCE URL: https://www.zerohedge.com/political/disney-caught-indoctrinating-employees-critical-race-theory-white-privilege-checklist

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  • Posted by $ allosaur 1 month, 1 week ago
    Ah, the Fifties were a magical Disney time for me a little dino. Based on a song from Pinocchio, music on that Disneyland show would play, "If you wish upon a star, it makes no difference where you are~~"
    Now I suppose it should really for all too real for that song to go like this~~
    "If you wish upon a Woke Disney star,
    Expect to be cancelled wherever you are."
    Imagine working for Disney. It would be like a living nightmare walking on eggs always fearful of any misstep, any misspoken incorrect pronoun.
    Heck, shrinks should be getting really rich off of Disney employees. So many mental and emotional breakdowns!
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  • Posted by mccannon01 1 month, 1 week ago
    This is the inculcation of the New Jim Crow. It can only work if the propaganda machine succeeds in making the innocent white population feel guilty about something they never did and make the black population feel victimized by something they never actually experienced.

    The old Jim Crow was effectively dead circa 1970 with the New Jim Crow rearing its ugly head circa 1975. What we're seeing today after over four decades of growth is the evil results of the same ideology fronted with a different favored race.

    "...all been raised in a society that elevates white culture over others." So what? And of course it does! The majority population of all North America is predominately European descent and therefore naturally has that as a dominant culture. Nothing mysterious or nefarious about it. The Enlightenment came out of Europe, not Africa. Euro-American culture is a damn good and successful culture and should not be given up lightly as it is being done today.

    Edit add: From the article: "Disney has launched racially segregated “affinity groups” for minority employees..." Looks VERY Jim Crow doesn't it?
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    • Posted by 1 month, 1 week ago
      Disney hasn't had an original creative thing produced since the 60's. It has been infiltrated by anti-white employees at least since the 80's (based on personal experiences.)
      And they have ruined the copyright laws to extend profit of the few things that were created in the early days (simultaneously wrecking the livelihoods of tens of thousands of performers.)
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      • Posted by $ brightwriter 1 month, 1 week ago
        "Disney hasn't had an original creative thing produced since the 60's."

        True! And I think it's no coincidence that Walt Disney himself died in December 1966, after which his personal creativity no longer had any effect and the conformist money-seekers took over.
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    • Posted by $ rainman0720 1 month, 1 week ago
      You're right; it does depend on making white people accept guilt. But I'll paraphrase what John Galt says in his speech: I refuse to accept guilt for who and what I am. If I'd been in one of those Disney meetings, I would have stood up, lit my workbook on fire, and walked out. (Edited to correct a spelling error.)
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    • Posted by TheRealBill 1 month, 1 week ago
      It looks more like early 20th century Germany to me. It is utterly gobsmacking how much Nazi rhetoric was swept under the rug, which is why it is no surprise the left is repeating themselves.

      They haven’t yet worked up to their new Jim Crow.
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  • Posted by $ Ben_C 1 month, 1 week ago
    I grew up with Disney. I lived two blocks from Disneyland in Anaheim and was there on opening day. I image Walt is spinning in his grave to see what has happened to his life works. Life evolves -sometimes for the better and sometimes for the worse. I am done with Disney. Woke to Broke.
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    • Posted by $ pixelate 1 month ago
      Opening Day at Disneyland. That memory must be one of your all time favorites. I read a bit about opening day at Disneyland -- how someone had made counterfeit tickets and there were three times the number of expected attendees.

      I've read a number of biographies on Disney. Yes -- spinning in his grave... The Denigration of Disney's World is morally reprehensible.
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  • Posted by Joseph23006 1 month, 1 week ago
    The Walt Disney Company is not the firm created by Walt Disney with Mickey Mouse and "Steamboat Willy"! It is now a company run by businessmen without the creative talent or vision of the founder. Rooted in a time different from today had its own standards often differeing from those of the day for both the studio and the films. First came the films when a few out of millions upon millions found something offensive according to today's somewhat questionable standards. Some were 'corrected' by editing or disclaimers while others remain unseen, sacrificing the context of the time for the biases of today. Meanwhile the artistic level fell as more and more was cranked out, even remakes which edgier than originals with content that was totally unacceptable then and should be now.
    Artists and creators do not go along with the mob, Walt Disney was one. They go their own way but people of business do not, they keep their finger on the pulse and act accordingly, unfortunately the mob has out shouted everyone with common sense and the result is reeducation and indoctrination of normal people living normal lives.
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  • Posted by rhfinle 1 month ago
    There's only one Disney movie that I care to watch now. I have a VHS tape of Song of the South. If I were a Disney employee in one of those classes I would be singing Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah.
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  • Posted by $ brightwriter 1 month, 1 week ago
    I live in Florida and can drive to Disney World in a day. I did drive to Orlando a little over a year ago and although I reached Disney World I didn't enter any theme or amusement parks.

    While there, I was deeply disturbed by the absence of DVDs at the Disney Stores. Many years ago, it was possible to buy DVDs of Disney movies at Disney World.

    Apparently, Disney is trying to "convince" us consumers to use streaming services, which provide major detail to their operators about personal preferences as to what we like to watch and how often, also which makes bequeathing video collections on death impossible and is essentially the same as a 100% inheritance tax. And suppose in the future Disney notes the liability comprising prepaid revenues for perpetual streaming rights to various movies, spins off the server business to a stand-alone entity, and contrives for that entity to go bankrupt: what then?
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    • Posted by 1 month, 1 week ago
      My last attempt at entertainment in person with Disney came in the early 80's when Epcot had recently opened. Hours long waits to see miserable presentations which were actually nothing more than advertising venues for large companies with little to display. Perhaps it was new to kids with no world experience at all who didn't grok the con. For me it was an insulting offering of advertising instead of entertainment and I asked for a refund after about 3 hours wasted. They offered a credit against a future visit, almost admitting they had a horrible product that might be different someday. I refused and received a refund and disappointment. I had enjoyed Disney World 2 years earlier, but the 'experience' of Epcot stuck has with me ever since. Disney has been foisting pathetic propaganda on the public (at ridiculous prices) for decades.
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      • Posted by $ brightwriter 1 month, 1 week ago
        A long time ago, I went to Epcot at Disney World and noted that it had a science-related large store, with good and interesting merchandise. I happily bought various things there. More recently, but over a decade ago, I returned and after paying the admission fee I learned that the store had been closed. I felt cheated.
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