Oregon State to Officially Launch Ultra Liberal "Bias Response Team". Yes, Really...
It appears that there's no shortage of stupid policies when it comes to freewheeling Oregon (Oregon Schools Officially Let Boys Play Girls Sports... Because Transgenderism). That's why it's a haven for leftists. They love everything politically correct and annoying... Like this new "social justice training initiative." It's exactly what it sounds like - and OSU plans to force every student to take it.
The training initiative is intended to provide all students entering Oregon State University an orientation to concepts of diversity, inclusion and social justice and help empower all OSU students to contribute to an inclusive university community.
This is perfect for anyone who's ever wanted to take a social justice class. If that's you:
These modules will teach you everything you need to know about social justice. But it gets better...
- Module B - Context and history for social justice efforts in Oregon and at OSU
- Module C - Establishing expectations for an inclusive and equitable university community
- Module D - Resources available to students to amplify their learning and incorporate the pursuit of social justice within their university experiences
Remember when we talked about why you shouldn't go to college? Told you so.
One of the available student "resources" they refer to include a Bias Response Team™. In the case of a triggering event (like this one), you can file a report. It's called the "Bias Incident Report Form." You fill it out like you would a police report. Not for crime, though. For bias. As in the thing that's practically intangible. The thing that you have no way of proving actually did or did not take place. It's also almost impossible to deny. But don't take it from me. Here's what the OSU website says about "bias":
Please use this form to report an incident of bias. After you submit this form, the Bias Response Team will evaluate the report and take appropriate action. Actions may include, but are not limited to, involvement of campus safety offices, providing access and referrals to campus resources, investigation of the incident, and coordinating a community response.
So if you see something, say something. Even if that something doesn't legitimately warrant worry... Or fear of safety. Or discomfort. Freedom of speech? Meh. It better not be considered incriminating by this group's arbitrary standards. If it is they'll hunt you down and correct you - especially if you disagree with them. Sound familiar?
But censorship is nothing new to the college campus. Check this out: