You referring to Robin D'Anglo specifically?
She's one of those creatures that teaches so-called anti-racism seminars at companies like Chevron. To her racism isn't a systemic, structural issue but a issue that specifically is caused by individuals who were born white in America, and being a white person in America means you can never be 100% not racist. It kind of implies that people who are white are unable to be friends with black people because it implicitly suggest that every single white person is, by virtue of a more nebulously defined white supremacy in America, necessarily as a result of white privilege unable to "totally be down." Robin D'Angelo, you can tell, seems to be a little weird about black people. Her conceptualization of racism is one that is eternal, that cannot be overcome, and can only be treated. It implies that solidarity can come only in the form of self improvement. She ends up being a self improvement guru for race, and this is why big corporations like to hire her because she kills solidarity between coworkers and makes HR, which ultimately works in service of Capital accumulation, unquestionable since they become the arbiters of solidarity.