The two largest American companies turn their backs to the America First policies… This doesn’t look good.
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Following the footsteps of McDonald’s in the decision making regarding the employment of “limited white class” in higher positions in the company, the legal department of Coca Cola similarly stated, that they would only want to work with legal firms who must “commit that at least 30 percent of each of billed associate and partner time will be from diverse attorneys, and of such amounts at least half will be from black attorneys.”
And on top of that, they would want more, ultimately reaching a point where at least 50% of all attorneys are black!
Has this something to do with the national protests that shook America regarding the death of George Floyd? Or is this some Leftist propaganda they’re silently including???
“The time has come for us to stop championing good intentions and motivations, and instead, reward action and results. Quite simply, this is now an expectation,” the senior vice president and general counsel of Coca-Cola, Bradley Gayton said in a statement, which was originally attached to the letter in which the decision is stated.
“My hope is that our law firm partners view this as an opportunity to effect real systemic change and that others, both within and outside of the legal profession, take inspiration and join with similar commitments of their own,” he continued.
This is totally outrageous and puts the law-firms in a very bad position. It’s basically an unofficial demand to implement these rules into their working habits, or lose some major clients and finance!
Let me just remind you that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act makes it illegal to make employment decisions because of race. This basic type of employment would make imbalance in the quality – if someone is better than the other, must he be hired only because of the color of his skin?
That’s the rue discrimination that is being actually created while trying to avoid the same thing
Though, this is very similar to Coca-Cola’s “antiracism” training, which was endured under the motto “try and be less white.”