Public university to hold racially-segregated ‘social justice retreats’

Public university to hold racially-segregated ‘social justice retreats’

[Ed. – Also known as echo chambers for self-described ‘victims’]

Oregon State University will hold four racially-exclusive “Social Justice Retreats” focusing on “white privilege,” “microaggressions,” and “institutional racism” in the first month of 2016 alone.

During the weekend of January 8-10, the university will have two retreats — one specifically for white students, “Examining White Identity in a Multicultural World,” and “Racial Aikido,” which is specifically for non-white students.

According to the university website, the white students’ retreat will focus on “white privilege,” while the retreat for non-white students will seek to “empower students of color.”

The university will hold another retreat on January 30th titled “Multiracial Aikido”– just for multiracial students. The university website invites multiracial OSU students to attend and gain “a better understanding of your multiracial identities.”

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