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“A number of our students – and others in our campus community – have approached our counseling center about resources that can be provided to help on issues related to racial reconciliation,” university spokesman Jay Blaton told YAF by way of explanation, without explaining how drilling self-hatred into one racial group might help it get along with others.
The University of Kentucky is far from the only higher learning institution to jump with both feet into the world of woke segregation in 2020. The University of Michigan at Dearborn raised a forest of eyebrows by holding a pair of seemingly-segregated “virtual cafes” last month, one for white students and one for BIPOC students. While the school apologized for the “terms used to describe” the virtual events, the actual fact of holding segregated gatherings was apparently acceptable by its standards of “commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.”
In July, faculty at California State University demanded their employer discriminate positively in favor of nonwhite candidates when hiring faculty and called for segregated mental health services, tutoring, and even housing. Not to be outdone, hundreds of Princeton University faculty called for paying nonwhite faculty more and defunding academic departments that seem insufficiently committed to hiring more nonwhite professors, as well as setting up a no-whites-allowed space on campus and empowering a faculty committee to investigate and punish not only racist behavior but also racist research – presumably that committed by those departments that refuse to overpay their faculty of color.
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