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September 25, 2021

     Last year, CVS Health Corporation, the largest pharmacy chain in the United States, paid then-CEO Larry Merlo almost 618 times the median company wage, while simultaneously launching a mandatory “antiracist” training program for hourly employees to deconstruct their “privilege.” CS executives are ripping off their own. Documents that reveal the company’s extensive race-reeducation program, which is built on the core tenets of critical race theory, including “intersectionality,” “white privilege” and “unconscious bias” have been been brought to light.

     As a keynote for the initiative, Merlo, who has since retired, hosted a conversation with Boston University professor Ibram Kendi, who told 25,000 CVS employees that “to be born in [the United States] are “walking through society completely soaked in racist ideas,” including children as young as 2 to 3 years is to literally have racist ideas rain on our head consistently and constantly.” Kendi argued that Americans old. “Our kids are basically functioning on racist ideas, choosing who [sic] to play with based on the kid’s skin color,” Kendi said. The solution, in part, is to “diagnose” employees as “racist,” to help them become “antiracist” and “stop hurting somebody else.”

     A series of related training modules instructed employees to deconstruct their racial and sexual identities, then rank themselves according to their “privilege.” The exercise is grounded in the theory of intersectionality, which holds that individuals can be reduced to a network of overlapping identities that determine their position on the social hierarchy, with privileged groups occupying the “oppressor” role and unprivileged groups in the “oppressed” role. More liberal anti white propaganda.

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