Disney’s uber woke show ‘Proud Family’ chastises character for ‘white fragility’ until he begs forgiveness

In case statue toppling and anti-white propaganda raps weren’t enough to sate the woke set producing content at Disney+, the latest season of “The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder” also tucked in a product placement ad for one of the leading race grifters of our time.

Prior to “The 1619 Project” revising American history according to Nikole Hannah-Jones and before Ibram X. Kendi (born Ibram Henry Rogers) pushed his ideas on “How to Be an Antiracist,” Robin DiAngelo had graced progressives with a favored term in their lexicon, “white fragility.”

After publishing a paper on the subject in 2011, she went on to produce an entire book titled “White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism” that remained on The New York Times bestseller list for nearly three whole years.

One episode of the newest season of “The Proud Family” gladly promoted the book during a spat between interracial gay couple Randall and Barry as the latter gets denounced by the former for refusing to do the same to their town’s founder because the man had owned slaves.

During the scene, the adoptive parents of the character Maya have completed an exchange wherein Barry asks for understanding, prompting Randall to say, “No, I do not understand anything about ‘white fragility.'”

“‘White fragility? What’s that supposed to mean?” Barry asked as the series writes the character to be just another person in need of education on these wholly contrived topics.

“You know what it means. You’re doing it right now…being defensive about race,” Randall fired back before pulling out his readily available copy of DiAngelo’s book and stating, “Robin DiAngelo wrote a whole book about it. Read it. You are on page 39!”

Later on in the episode, Barry finds himself asking for forgiveness for defending the history of the town founder and saying, “I was so ashamed of the history that I couldn’t face it. I wanted to pretend it didn’t happen.”

As previously reported, the Black Lives Matter propaganda escalated in the episode with the newly erected statue of the founder getting torn down along with a renaming of the area after a slave girl who appeared in the episode as a ghost.

Reactions to the apparent indoctrination were as expected, ranging on a scale of humorous to serious with backlash against Disney for promoting the content.


It remains to be seen if Disney+, which lost total subscribers for the first time since its launch, in part prompting Disney to lay off 7,000 employees to get themselves back on track, will experience any further losses because of the divisive content of “The Proud Family.”

What is known is that CEO Bob Iger has warned that there will be accountability for creators moving forward as the company tries to satisfy earnings goals by peddling progressive agendas. “Our new structure is aimed at returning greater authority to our creative leaders and making them accountable for how their content performs financially. Our former structure severed that link and must be restored. Moving forward, our creative teams will determine what content we’re making, how it is distributed and monetized, and how it gets marketed.”


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