A Dustup at UNC Over Christmas Vacation and Other Microaggressions

According to The Daily Signal, UNC has 50 elected delegates who are nonfaculty employees that exists to develop “proactive, progressive recommendations” for the administration.  What a surprise!  Andrew Egger informs us what the dust up was all about:

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill caused an outcry when it published “microaggression guidelines” on a college forum. Although UNC quickly removed the post from public view, some students say the standards represent positive change.

The post on microaggressions, removed quickly after it was published last week on UNC’s online Employee Forum, cautioned employees against “brief and commonplace” displays of “implicit bias,” such as sex-specific dress codes, staff meetings at country clubs, religious vacations, and the phrase “that’s so gay.”

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