Seattle's Office of Civil Rights has developed a "race and social justice" curriculum for all 10,000 city employees.
New documents have been obtained from the city's segregated "whites-only" trainings, which induct white employees into critical race theory.
The training is called "Internalized Racial Superiority for White People."
After attendees arrive, they must announce their pronouns and tell the trainers when they first became race-conscious—in other words, when they began their journey of internalized racism.
According to the Office of Civil Rights, white employees must process their "white feelings" of "sadness, shame, paralysis, confusion, [and] denial."
Then, they must take action to "redistribute resources, change who's in power, [and] alter institutions."
Next, white employees must examine their "relationships with white supremacy, racism, and whiteness."
They must explain how their "[families] benefit economically from the system of white supremacy even as it directly and violently harms Black people."
In the next two "reflections," the trainers ask the white employees how their "white fragility" is "showing up at work" and how their "white silence" causes "harm to Black people."
All white employees are expected to share examples of their own racism.
The Office of Civil Rights then claims that "white people internalize the system of white supremacy" through the racist values of "individualism," "intellectualization," "objectivity," and "comfort."
Those values most be abolished from the work of city government.
Finally, white employees must implicate themselves in the system of white supremacy.
They must share "a time in the past two to three months when [they] … caused harm to a person of color." Once they have publicly established their guilt, they have completed the training.
According to the critical race theorists, racism (against people of color only of course) is everywhere.
It is in every society ("structural"), every organization ("institutional"), every relationship ("interpersonal"), and every individual ("internalized").
There is no escape. Wake up.
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