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Toddlers Are Racist … and Other Insights from Bank of America’s Woke Training

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Toddlers Are Racist … and Other Insights from Bank of America’s Woke Training

New York Post August 19, 2021
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In its very name, Bank of America claims to represent the US. Yet instead of promoting American ideals, the company's executives have adopted the radical, pseudoscientific concepts of critical race theory.

Bank of America Corp. has implemented a racial re-education program that claims the United States is a system of “white supremacy” and encourages employees to become “woke at work,” instructing white employees in particular to “decolonize your mind” and “cede power to people of color.”

This year, BOA executive Charles Bowman announced a new “equity” initiative called United in Action, in partnership with the United Way of Central Carolinas. According to documents I have reviewed, BOA executives launched the initiative by encouraging employees to participate in a 21-day race-training “challenge” funded in part by the bank and built on the principles of critical race theory.

On the program’s first day, Bank of America teaches employees that the United States is a “racialized society” that uses “race to establish and justify systems of power, privilege, disenfranchisement and oppression.”

Continue reading the entire piece here at the New York Post

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Christopher F. Rufo is a senior fellow and director of the Intiative on Critical Race Theory at the Manhattan Institute and contributing editor of City Journal.

Photo by Pablo Monsalve/VIEWpress via Getty Images

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