The summer of identity politics and race-baiting officially kicked off last week with three events that all occurred on the same day; the Starbucks racial bias training, MSNBC's 'Everyday Racism In America' Town Hall, and the Roseanne Barr tweet controversy. On this 100th episode of the Propaganda Report, we talk about how the Roseanne tweet controversy is being used to push the blue wave agenda and we go through the Starbucks training material to show how it is far more likely to cause more racial division than anything else.
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Documentary Film Commissioned for Starbucks Racial Bias Training - The Story Of Access: Stanley Nelson film for Starbucks
Read more about the film here https://news.starbucks.com/news/curriculum-for-the-third-place-our-commitment-renewed
The full Starbucks racial bias training curriculum www.starbucks.com/thethirdplace.
Part of George Soros 60 Minutes Interview from 1998