(Legal Insurrection) Cigna Insurance employees shared documents and chat logs with The Washington Examiner showing the company subjecting them to critical race theory lessons.
Cigna is worth tens of billions of dollars with over 73,000 employees. It is also the largest health insurance company in America.
The lessons drill into the employees’ heads to check their white, sex, and, get this, religious privilege.
Religious privilege? Yes, it is “a set of advantages that benefits believers of a certain religion but not people who practice other religions or no religions at all.”
Instead of saying brown bag lunch (who says that anymore?) Cigna encourages you to say “lunch-and-learn” or “grab n’ go.”
Cigna doesn’t want employees to say, “no can do.” You should say “unavailable.”
Employees should not use “gendered descriptions of romantic partners or family members.”
…The Washington Examiner published a chart with inclusive language, a list of ways to check your privilege, and books to guilt whites about their race. Domestic terrorist Angela Davis authored two of the recommended books…
“Given the hiring practices they have in place where white, male candidates are blocked, regardless of qualifications, I have to say, ‘Yes, there’s obvious discrimination at this company,’” one employee told the Washington Examiner.
Another time, an employee suggested a candidate with years of industry experience. That employee was informed by the hiring manager that the candidate, a white man, could not be interviewed because he didn’t meet the diversity criteria.