White fragility training

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You'll never hurt a white coworker's feelings again!

If you’ve worked a corporate job, chances are you’ve had a run-in with “sensitivity training.” You know, those awkward sessions where we talk about race in a way that makes everyone super uncomfortable?

Well, a new video from AJ+ has the cure for your sensitivity training blues: "White Fragility Training."

That’s right: In four short minutes, you can learn everything you need to know about how never to hurt your white co-workers' feelings ever again!

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There’s even a helpful acronym to help you remember all the things you can do to keep everyone comfortable in their biases. S-I-L-E-N-C-E. It’s pronounced “sill-ence”.

Now please excuse us, we’ve got some donuts to eat!

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