Whistleblower: ESPN’s a ‘Blatantly Racist’ Workplace Environment

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Project Veritas released a new undercover video today recorded within ESPN that revealed what appears to be a workplace environment full of toxic racist tension.

The Whistleblower-recorded audio and video show numerous ESPN employees discussing what they see as a toxic, racist workplace environment which directly contradicts the image that ESPN tries to project.

In one clip, a black studio operator discusses, “the racial shit that happens in here all the time.” In another clip, a black woman working as an audio communications specialist says “that’s not how it is” when addressing the difference between ESPN’s workplace environment and social justice image.

On-air talent Alyson Lang, who covers the SEC for ESPN: “I know the comments that have been made to me at work and the conversations that have been had in front of me at work, like, I mean just blatantly racist sh*t. Just blatantly, like, complaining to me that we have three white hosts, and I’m like, ‘What do you want me- do you want me to leave?’”

On-air talent Matt Schick, who’s been with ESPN since 2012, said, “It has different connotations now,” when talking about what it’s like to tell people he works for ESPN. In the next soundbite, he calls ESPN, “a global entity of forced thought.”

The whistleblower, ESPN Studio Operator Trevor Adams, sent a company-wide email outlining these concerns and was subsequently identified by the company as a “threat” which resulted in law enforcement being sent to his home. He was terminated soon after an attempt from Project Veritas to obtain a comment from Human Resources.


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jfhdsiu
jfhdsiu
4 months ago

An observation: Racism IS a real thing… The “racial whine” is an obvious result of racism. The ‘corrupt’ will ALWAYS yell at you to do “what ‘I’ SAY, not what ‘I’ DO”. If it resonates with a large enough group of like minded people it becomes “money in the bank” to SHOUT it out, but walking the walk while talking the talk? No hope of that! Proof? You decide….

zathras11
zathras11
4 months ago

DISNEY ESPN. They own it.

Anonymous
Anonymous
4 months ago

ESPN has been their own downfall. It is no longer fun or interesting to watch.

Fantastic Gloaming
Fantastic Gloaming
4 months ago

ESPN?
I put away childish things.
Ain’t nobody got time for that.
LEO visit? It must be zero crime rate there with all ticket quotas met.
Went out to Howie Longfellow park earlier because it was 50 degrees (!) and a cop was trying to turn left from the Pump-U-Full station, I though about letting him out but naw I had to pass.
Honey Chambers was out jogging and loved the Misfits-Hollywood Babylon blasting from stereozilla.