At work today, I was being trained by a Hispanic man who struggles with the English language, to the point of not being able to make his point due to me not understanding both his accent and word choice (bad conjugation).
I very respectfully (and away from the Hispanic trainer) asked my manager if there was any way I could be trained by someone who was a little easier to understand...
And someone overheard me, and ran away talking about how I'm a racist.
I'm just wondering if anyone can explain to me exactly how this is racist.
I mod edited it for you.
That doesn't sound racist to me, but I'd need to know more about the situation before deciding the best way to handle it. If the guy is an employee for the company, then I'd be thinking about how to help him learn to communicate better. Maybe it's be easier for me than you to do this because I'm older and possibly more experienced with multi-cultural settings?
Is he trying to teach you how to make burritos, or what?
Cultural appropriation. Only eat 'merikan food.
Haha, but look how long it took anyone to notice ask posit!