It’s a woke world after all.

The Disney empire is the latest mega-corporation to push critical race theory, with a net worth of $122 billion, is asking employees to complete a “white privilege checklist,” and insists America was founded on “systemic racism,”.

According to the internal documents obtained by City-Journal’s Christopher, Disney is pushing critical race theory on employees through a new plan called “Reimagine Tomorrow,” urging workers to recognize their “white privilege,” in a battery of training modules on topics such as “systemic racism” and “white fragility,”.

Staffers are told to reject “equality” for “equity” and must “reflect” on America’s “racist infrastructure” and “think carefully about whether or not [their] wealth” is derived from racism, according to the documents.

Disney says America has a “long history of systemic racism and transphobia.”

The training manual tells employees to “recognize your colleagues are also processing the ways in which the pandemic is disproportionately affecting the Black community.” The guide instructs employees to “take ownership of educating [themselves] about structural anti-Black racism” by seeking out “Black authors, journalists, and organizations.” However, employees should “not rely on [their] Black colleagues to educate [them],” because it is “emotionally taxing.”

The company that rose to fame from a cartoon mouse demands employees to “work through feelings of guilt, shame, and defensiveness to understand what is beneath them and what needs to be healed.” The guide commands non-black employees not to “question of debate Black colleagues’ lived experience.”

“Avoid conflating the Black experience with other communities of color,” the training module reportedly states. “While other people of color are subject to racism, there is a unique history that has led to anti-Black racism and the ways in which that shows up.”

Disney, one of the largest media conglomerates on the planet that owns ABC, ESPN, Touchstone Pictures, Marvel, Lucasfilm, and Pixar, prescribes that employees should reject “equality” and “equal treatment,” but instead strive for “equity,” “where we focus on the equality of the outcome, not the equality of the experience by taking individual needs and skills into account.”

Disney sponsored a “21-Day Racial Equity and Social Justice Challenge” in partnership with the YWCA, which is a women’s organization “on a mission to eliminate racism, empower women, stand up for social justice, help families, and strengthen communities.” The YWCA states, “The challenge is designed to create dedicated time and space to build more effective social justice habits, particularly those dealing with issues of race, power, privilege, and leadership.”

According to Rufo, Disney provides a collection of “anti-racist” resources, including “75 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice,” “Your Kids Are Not Too Young to Talk About Race,” and the Black Lives Matter website.

The first article recommends that white employees “defund the police,” “participate in reparations,” “decolonize your bookshelf,” “don’t gentrify neighborhoods,” “find and join a local ‘white space,'” and “donate to anti-white supremacy work such as your local Black Lives Matter Chapter.” The second article encourages parents to commit to “raising race-consciousness in children” and argues that “even babies discriminate” against members of other races. The resource includes a graphic that claims that babies show the first signs of racism at 3 months old and white children become “strongly biased in favor whiteness” by age 4.

White Disney employees are asked to complete a “white privilege checklist,” where people can select “privileges” such as: “I am white,” “I am heterosexual,” “I am a man,” “I still identity as the gender I was born in,” “I have never been raped,” “I don’t rely on public transportation,” and “I have never been called a terrorist.”

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Sources: The Blaze, City-Journal.org

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