Thursday, March 31, 2016

What You Can Learn at UNC-If You Listen

Hat tip Campus Reform

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"I don't have to listen to this."

You can't put a price tag on four years in college, they always say. For example, at the University of North Carolina, you can learn that putting on a flesh colored band aid is an example of white privilege. It's part of a workshop being offered by some office called "Student Wellness" at UNC.

That's right.

And what has more to do with student wellness than a band aid?

Of course, you don't have to listen to anything you don't want to at Chapel Hill. For example, if conservative pundit Ben Shapiro comes to speak, you can just get up and walk out as some students did.

Here is the report on the event from the Daily Tarheel.

You think there is any connection between these two stories?


1 comment:

Siarlys Jenkins said...

Buy clear band-aids. That should settle the matter.

As a very peripheral issue, there is a modest racism in referring to a color similar to the skin of Europeans as "flesh" and colors similar to those of other humans in terms not related to human flesh. That can probably be fixed also, one way or another.