Ron DeSantis Expected To Soon Sign The Stop WOKE Act

I’m of a mixed mind on this: it’s one thing to get involved in what the government does regarding what government run schools teach, it’s another to get this involved in what private companies tell their employees. However, government has long become involved in the private sector, dictating policies. Perhaps it’s time to protect employees from business that are trying to indoctrinate and demean employees? This has made some Very Upset

BREAKING: Florida Senate Passes “Stop WOKE Act,” Bill Heads to DeSantis’ Desk for Signature or Veto

Today, the Florida Senate passed the “Stop WOKE Act” (House Bill 7), and the bill now heads to Governor Ron DeSantis’ desk for his signature or veto. If enacted, the bill would limit protected speech in workplaces with more than fifteen employees and classrooms by censoring honest dialogue about systemic racism, gender, and race discrimination. It would also change Florida’s employment discrimination statutes to give employees the ability to file discrimination claims against an employer engaging in trainings or discussions about Black history, LGBTQ+ issues, and other concepts of injustice and discrimination.

That was Human Rights Campaign back on March 10th. Now

(EMEA Tribune) Gov. Ron DeSantis is expected to soon sign legislation that will open a new front in how employers will need to think about workplace activities and set new state guidelines for what would constitute “unlawful employment practices.”

House Bill 7, titled “Individual Freedom,” was one of the most contentious pieces of legislation considered by lawmakers during the legislative session that ended in mid-March. While much of the attention focused on the restrictions that would be applied to the classroom, the bill could also alter Florida businesses’ labor practices — in particular restricting how employers present programs aimed at promoting diversity, equity and inclusion at work.

Here are a few things it includes

In practice, the bill would amend the Florida Civil Rights Act and make it unlawful for employers to subject workers to “training, instruction, or any other required activity” that promotes or compels them to believe the following concepts:

  1. That virtues such as merit, excellence, hard work, fairness, neutrality, objectivity, and racial colorblindness are racist or sexist, or were created by members of a particular race, color, sex, or national origin to oppress members of another race, color, sex or national origin.
  2. That members of one race, color sex, or national origin are morally superior to members of another race, color, sex or national origin.
  3. That an individual’s moral character or status as either privileged or oppressed is necessarily determined by his or her race, color, sex, or national origin.
  4. That an individual, by virtue of their race, color, sex, or national origin, is inherently racist, sexist, or oppressive, whether consciously or unconsciously.

There are bunch more, as you can read at the article. What will it do

The potential of lawsuits as an enforcement mechanism are likely to have a chilling effect on how employers convey certain diversity and inclusion goals in training sessions, according to some labor lawyers and consultants in the human resources field.

Supporters say the bill is meant to protect workers from being told they should feel bad about historical wrongs committed by people of their same race, gender or national origin.

The bill sponsor, Rep. Bryan Avila, R-Miami Springs, acknowledged part of the intent is to eliminate workplace programs that promote the concept of “white privilege” and broadly singled out training programs promoted by Walt Disney Co., Coca-Cola, American Express and Google, that he said would be in violation of the bill.

Basically, yes, it’s meant to get companies to turn away from having all types of unhinged training based on critical race theory, which deems some people raaaaacist for simply being born with a specific skin color. These types of trainings create racial problems in the workplace where none existed. They waste lots and lots of time, all so companies can virtue signal to the paid race scammers who demand it be taught.

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2 Responses to “Ron DeSantis Expected To Soon Sign The Stop WOKE Act”

  1. nefojon964 says:


  2. James Lewis says:

    This is the way to stop them.

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