As Twitchy reported over the weekend, anti-critical race theory crusader Christopher Rufo dropped some documents from a Walt Disney Corporation initiative called “Reimagine Tomorrow.” The program was described as “Allyship for Race Consciousness” and included a white privilege checklist, with checkboxes for white, male, heterosexual, and so on.

Participants were told they must “pivot” from “white dominant culture” — which can be identified by things like competition, individualism, and timeliness — to “something different.”

The story caught fire, and now the Walt Disney Corporation has issued a statement saying the internal documents were “being deliberately distorted as reflective of company policy,” and their purpose was to “allow diversity of thought.”

The funniest part is that Disney then lists films it says demonstrate its “long history of inclusivity” reaching all the way back to “Moana,” “Coco,” “Black Panther,” “Soul,” and “Raya and the Last Dragon.” As we mentioned earlier, it took until 2009 for Disney to introduce a black princess.

Full disclosure: This editor in a previous gig worked on some training documents for Disney, and they are very protective of their brand.

And as we mentioned last time, Disney has yanked “Dumbo,” “Peter Pan,” and “The Aristocats” from Disney+ over racial stereotypes.

You mean Coca-Cola offering LinkedIn training encouraging employees to “try to be less white”?