Google staff are undergoing controversial 'antiracism training'

Google staff are undergoing ‘antiracism training’ which promotes CRT, asks employees to ‘identify their privileged identities’ and rank themselves on a hierarchy and claims ‘MAGA’ is ‘socially acceptable white supremacy’

  • Google has launched ‘racial equity training’ for employees
  • Documents from the training sessions have purportedly been leaked by disgruntled employees
  • Many of the sessions appear to be based on the principles of Critical Race Theory 
  • Meanwhile, one Google employee has created an internal document titled ‘Anti-racism resources’
  • It features a graphic claiming the phrase ‘Make America Great Again’ is a form of ‘covert white supremacy’
  • Another graphic features Donald Trump on a ‘White Supremacy Pyramid’ below white mass murders
  • Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced last year that the company was putting together the trainings as a response to the murder of George Floyd 

Google has launched ‘racial equity training’ for its employees, with one session  asserting that America is based on a ‘system of white supremacy’ where babies learn to be racist at three months old.  

Whistleblower documents from the trainings obtained by City Journal reporter Christopher Rufo were published Wednesday, with the sessions seemingly based on the core principles of Critical Race Theory. 

Several of the trainings feature CRT buzzwords and phrases such as ‘equity’ ‘intersectionality,’ ‘white privilege,’ and ‘systemic racism’. 

The training features a number of videos from guest lecturers, including Ibram X. Kendi, who penned the controversial bestseller How To Be An Antiracist . 

In his training clip, Kendi states: ‘To be raised in the United States, is to be raised to be racist, and to be raised to be racist is to be raised to almost be addicted to racist ideas.’ 

He adds: ‘The youngest of people are not colorblind – between three and six months, our toddlers are beginning to understand race and see race.’

It’s unclear whether the trainings are mandatory for all staff. DailyMail.com has reached out to Google for comment. 

The trainings feature a number of videos from guest lecturers, including Ibram X. Kendi, who penned the controversial bestseller How To Be An Antiracist 

Kendi states in his training clip: ‘To be raised in the United States, is to be raised to be racist, and to be raised to be racist is to be raised to almost be addicted to racist ideas’

A separate video session features Nikole Hannah-Jones, a New York Times journalist best known as the editor of the ‘1619 Project’, which retells the founding of America through the eyes of slaves, but has been criticized over multiple inaccuracies. 

‘If you name anything in America, I can relate it back to slavery,’ Hannah-Jones says in her clip for the Google training. 

‘The first Africans being sold [in 1619] is more foundational to the American story’ than ‘the Pilgrims landing at Plymouth Rock’, she goes on to state in the video, according to Rufo.  

Meanwhile, another training module, titled  ‘Allyship in Action,’ asks employees to ‘identify their privileged identities’ and rank themselves on a hierarchy. 

One diagram – which was purportedly given to Rufo by a disgruntled Google employee – is titled ‘Wheel of Power/ Privilege’. One slice of the wheel asserts that ‘gay men’ have more privilege and power than ‘lesbian, bi, pansexual and asexual people’.  

A separate video session features Nikole Hannah-Jones, best known as the editor of the ‘1619 Project’

Another training module, titled ‘Allyship in Action,’ asks employees to ‘identify their privileged identities’ and then rank themselves on a hierarchy

One diagram is titled ‘Wheel of Power/ Privilege’. One slice of the wheel asserts that ‘gay men’ have more privilege and power than ‘lesbian, bi, pansexual and asexual people’

There are also a number of unofficial documents purportedly circulating amongst Google staff.  

According to Rufo, one Google DEI Lead has created an internal document titled ‘Anti-racism resources’, which contains readings and ‘racial-consciousness exercises’. 

The document includes a graphic which lists covert or ‘socially acceptable’ forms of white supremacy. According to the list, the phrase ‘Make America Great Again’ is a form of covert white supremacy. 

Others forms of covert white supremacy include ‘white silence’, ‘denial of white privilege’, ‘colorblindness’, ‘paternalism’, ‘tokenism’ and the ‘meritocracy myth’. 

A separate graphic in the resource package is titled ‘The White Supremacy Pyramid’. It features conservative commentator Ben Shapiro at the base of the pyramid, before working upwards to other figures who are deemed more insidious. 

Donald Trump features partway up the pyramid, while the apex features photos of white mass murderers including Norwegian killer Anders Brevik. 

Rufo claims the graphic ‘advances the idea that Ben Shapiro is a foundation of ‘white supremacy’ and that Donald Trump is moving society on a path toward ‘mass murder’ and ‘genocide.’  

According to Rufo, one Google DEI Lead has created an internal document titled ‘Anti-racism resources’, which contains readings and ‘racial-consciousness exercises’. The document also includes a graphic which lists covert or ‘socially acceptable’ forms of white supremacy

Another graphic is titled ‘The White Supremacy Pyramid’. It features conservative Jewish commentator Ben Shapiro at the base of the pyramid, before it works its way upwards, classifying other figures deemed more insidious

The ‘racial equity trainings’ were announced by Google CEO Sundar Pichai last year in the wake of George Floyd’s murder.  

‘We’ll be welcoming external experts into Google to share their expertise on racial history and structural inequities, and start conversations on education, allyship, and self-reflection,’ Pichai wrote.  

‘We plan to roll out this training globally by early next year. We’ll also integrate diversity, equity, and inclusion into our mandatory manager trainings,’ he added. 

Rufo – who been working to expose alleged  ‘critical race theory indoctrination’ in American companies and institutions – told Fox News he is alarmed by Google’s trainings. 

‘What we see inside these companies is that increasingly, the ideology of Google employees is actively hostile  to the United States and other documents say that the United States is a system of white supremacy and that everyone in this country is ‘raised to be racist,’ he stated. 

‘This is a deeply false and damaging kind of thinking. It should have nowhere in America’s biggest and most powerful companies’. 

Rufo has been working to expose alleged ‘critical race theory indoctrination’ in American companies and institutions

Google has launched ‘racial equity training’ for its employees, with one session asserting that America is based on a ‘system of white supremacy’ where babies learn to be racist from three months old

CRITICAL RACE THEORY: WHAT DOES IT MEAN? 

The fight over critical race theory in schools has escalated in the United States over the last year.

The theory has sparked a fierce nationwide debate in the wake of the Black Lives Matter protests around the country over the last year and the introduction of the 1619 Project.

The 1619 Project, which was published by the New York Times in 2019 to mark 400 years since the first enslaved Africans arrived on American shores, reframes American history by ‘placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of black Americans at the center of the US narrative’.

The debate surrounding critical race theory regards concerns that some children are being indoctrinated into thinking that white people are inherently racist or sexist.

Those against critical race theory have argued it reduces people to the categories of ‘privileged’ or ‘oppressed’ based on their skin color.

Supporters, however, say the theory is vital to eliminating racism because it examines the ways in which race influence American politics, culture and the law.

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