Corporate America Declares War On Whites: Post-George Floyd, S&P 100 Added More Than 300,000 Jobs, With 94% Going To People Of Color
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In the age of George Floyd, we have open discrimination on white men and women from Corporate America.

From the Twitter account of End Wokeness:

Corporate America Promised to Hire a Lot More People of Color. It Actually Did.: The year after Black Lives Matter protests, the S&P 100 added more than 300,000 jobs—94% went to people of color, Bloomberg, September 25, 2023
For a brief moment in 2020, much of corporate America united around a common goal: to address the stark racial imbalances in their workplaces.

Mass protests sparked by the murder of George Floyd led to a flurry of company promises, both specific and vague, to hire and promote more Black people and others from underrepresented groups.

Exclusive analysis by Bloomberg News shows how many of the biggest public companies did.

The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission requires companies with 100 or more employees to report their workforce demographics every year. Bloomberg obtained 2020 and 2021 data for 88 S&P 100 companies and calculated overall US job growth at those firms.

In total, they increased their US workforces by 323,094 people in 2021, the first year after the Black Lives Matter protests—and the most recent year for which this data exists.

The overall job growth included 20,524 White workers. The other 302,570 jobs—or 94% of the headcount increase—went to people of color.

People of color make up a minority of the US population, and in most cases are underrepresented at big US companies. In 2021, Hispanic, Asian and Black people made up a vast majority of the added workers — a trend that, analysts say, is necessary to overcome their historic underrepresentation.

The biggest shifts happened in less-senior job categories. White people held fewer of those roles in 2021 than they did in 2020, whereas thousands of people of color were added to the ranks.

But the trend continued up the job ladder in top, high-paid jobs, too: Companies increased their racial diversity among executives, managers and professionals.

As Ryan Girdusky, a GOP-affiliated consultant, put it, “Following the BLM protests, just 6% of new S&P 100 jobs went to white applicants. The only way this is possible is if corporations racially discriminated against white applicants.”

A black career criminal dies of a Fentanyl overdose while resisting arrest, and our entire nation goes not just insane, but castrates itself at every level to appease black individuals collectively. Welcome to Black-Run America (BRA).

The day of explicit whiteness in the face of overwhelmingly anti-whiteness by our elite draws nearer and nearer.

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