Report: Coca-Cola Forcing Employees To Complete Training 'To Be Less White'

If you are reading this while drinking a can of Coke, may I suggest a Pepsi?

Friday, images leaked online from an alleged internal whistleblower at Coca-Cola showing that the company made its employees complete a racist training program with the goal to be, wait for it, "less white."

OutKick has reached out to Coca-Cola for confirmation and comment on the reports. OutKick will update this story if and when Coke returns our emails and calls. Warning to the readers: no comments and ignored requests are, in fact, comments. Powerful comments.

Unfortunately, a major company stooping to this level wouldn't be surprising. As I've warned for months, our country is inching toward a place where high-ranking executives see citizens only by their skin color, individuality be damned. What's worse, it's spreading rapidly through our country's schools (many over Zoom, of course). This week, a disgraceful New York school sent parents a "white identities" chart to find their level of whiteness. If they are too white, they may have to apologize and self-punish.

This is education in 2021:

This is happening all over, in schools, in offices, in media, in Hollywood, and of course, in Silicon Valley.

I mean, where is Candace Owens wrong?

How long until "your level of whiteness must be X" shows up on public job postings? At this point, why hide it behind private training courses?

By the way, rum and Pepsi aren't bad together.

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Bobby Burack is a writer for OutKick where he reports and analyzes the latest topics in media, culture, sports, and politics.. Burack has become a prominent voice in media and has been featured on several shows across OutKick and industry related podcasts and radio stations.