UCLA makes students pay other students to find ‘social justice’ grievances

UCLA makes students pay other students to find ‘social justice’ grievances
Royce Hall, UCLA (Image: Wikipedia)

[Ed. – Goodness, of course it does. Wherever there’s a pot of money sitting around, the left finds a way to get itself on the gravy train.]

The University of California-Los Angeles has hired 18 students at $13 per hour to combat “social injustices” and “privilege and oppression” following a semester-long recruitment campaign.

Hosted by the UCLA Intergroup Relations Program, the Diversity Peer Leaders project is a year-long internship during which students facilitate workshops on social justice issues in exchange for leadership training and compensation from UCLA. …

[I]f all the DPLs were to work the maximum hours, the cost would rise to at least $42,120 per year.

Reached by Campus Reform, a UCLA spokesman did not dispute these estimates, but stressed that the program is funded by the school’s Students Services Fee, rather than tuition or taxpayer dollars.

That $376 per term fee is not optional, costing each student $1,128 every academic year.

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