[Ed. – The inclusion is coming along swimmingly.]
New York’s Columbia University will hold six different graduation ceremonies for students segregated by sexual identity, race, ethnicity, and income.
Non-heterosexual (LGBTQIA+) students may choose to attend a “Lavender” ceremony.
Low-income and “first generation” students may attend a separate graduation ceremony. Another ceremony is dedicated to Black students, while three others cater to specific ethnicities.
Columbia’s website lists six distinct, virtual “Multicultural Graduation Ceremonies” for:
3. “Latinx” …