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Goodwill wakes up and joins the best CEOs to promote “diversity”, “inclusion”


Goodwill of southwestern Pennsylvania reportedly fired an employee after raising concerns about the company’s “Diversity, Equity and Inclusion” (DCI) initiative.

Timothy O’Malley, a ten-year Goodwill employee, said the federalist he was fired after denouncing their implicit training in prejudice. Training in implicit bias is a key part of Critical Race Theory (CRT), the awakening curriculum that sparked a crop war and pushed Virginia governor-elect Glenn Youngkin to victory earlier this month.

O’Malley said the trainings took place in “three to four hour” sessions and were led by a “racial equity trainer”. “They started pushing us to recruit employees to be part of it,” O’Malley said of the training.

Around the same time, O’Malley attended a “safe space” meeting for employees to ask questions. According to the Federalist:

“I think they just assumed I would be okay with that because I feed children of all races and sexualities,” he said. “But I started asking questions about equal results and equal opportunities and I could tell they weren’t very excited about me about it.” “You were supposed to be able to come up with your ideas, so I suggested to Thomas Sowell as an author to have some diversity of thought, and they told me that was not really the purpose of the DCI committee,” a- he added.

However, it is not just the goodwill of southwestern Pennsylvania that is driving this identity politics agenda. Goodwill Industries International lobbied regional branches to promote DCI initiatives following the appointment of Dr. Samatha-Rae Dickenson as Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

Goodwill Industries of Greater Washington employee Edward Hawkins unloads bags of donated goods at a drop-off location on December 30, 2005, in Arlington, Virginia. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images)

Dickenson joined Goodwill Industries International in June 2021, primarily because of her writing about the “racial micro-aggressions” black women face in the public sector work environment.

Now, the Goodwill International website has a three-part series on “microaggressions and the damage they cause”.

Goodwill isn’t the only American company pushing the left-wing agenda on its employees.

Christopher Rufo, a prominent anti-CRT activist, released internal AT&T documents showing an affinity for CRT and anti-white racism. “White America, if you want to know who is responsible for racism, look in the mirror,” one of the AT&T documents read.

Additionally, Delta CEO Ed Bastian reiterated the Democratic Party’s talking points after Georgia passed its voter identification law in March. “It is evident that the bill includes provisions that will make it more difficult for many under-represented voters, especially black voters, to exercise their constitutional right to elect their representatives. This is wrong, ”Bastian said.

Delta recently announced that its unvaccinated employees had to pay a monthly fine of $ 200 until they took the vaccine.

In addition, PulteGroup, the third largest homebuilding company in the country, has launched a “diversity council”. The Diversity Council has been praised by CEO Ryan Marshall, and it will institute “Conscious Bias training,” which is similar to Implicit Bias training. However, a PulteGroup employee told Big League Politics that the training is “probably just a smokescreen as black employees are not actually seen or heard in a way that changes this business.”

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