Washington, DC — The New Tolerance Campaign (NTC) today announced more than 1,000 of its supporters across the country have sent messages directly to CVS Health CEO Karen Lynch telling her to end hypocritical critical race theory (CRT) trainings at the health care giant. At the same time, NTC rolled out its latest campaign: activating its 50-state network to push back against breaking news that Walmart CEO Doug McMillon had instituted CRT-inspired training for his employees — while employing just one person of color on his executive team.
Both the CVS Health and Walmart campaigns represent NTC partnerships with Christopher Rufo, the leading critic of the CRT movement whose drumbeat of exposés for City Journal have revealed the pervasiveness of this divisive instruction across our country’s institutions. NTC’s campaigns have provided a vehicle for Rufo’s supporters and opponents of critical race theory at America’s major corporations to express their displeasure by sending messages directly to the hypocritical CEOs and key players pushing this polarizing view of the United States and phony tolerance.
“The New Tolerance Campaign is proud to continue our partnership with Chris Rufo, bringing the grassroots heat and pushing back against CVS Health and Walmart executives for foisting odious critical race theory on its employees,” NTC President Gregory T. Angelo stated. “We will continue to give a voice to the masses of Americans who want to take politics out of corporations, hold institutions accountable, and return America to an era of true tolerance.”
Christopher Rufo added:
Putting pressure on these corporations makes a difference. They hear all day from left-wing activists; everyday Americans need to let them know that they will also hear from us. The New Tolerance Campaign is leading that fight.
About the New Tolerance Campaign: The New Tolerance Campaign (NTC) is a 501c3 nonprofit watchdog organization mobilizing Americans to confront intolerance double-standards by establishment institutions, civil rights groups, universities, and socially conscious brands. NTC campaigns empower ordinary Americans to hold accountable self-proclaimed arbiters of tolerance when they betray their own stated values.
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