Could someone on the left publish a guidebook listing all the things that aren’t a microaggression?

Campus Reform reports:

‘Meritocracy’ is a microaggression, university guidebook claims

Rowan University has published a guide on “Interrupting Microaggressions” with strategies for “calling out” those who advocate concepts like “color blindness” and “meritocracy.”

The guide—which is available on the website for the Rowan University Bias Assessment & Response Team (BART) along with several other resources billed as “tips to stop bias”—lists various examples of “microaggressions,” then provides suggestions for “Third Party Intervention” approaches, followed by more-detailed explanations under the heading of “Communication Approach.”

Under the heading “Myth of Meritocracy,” for instance, the document asserts that saying “Everyone can succeed in this country, if they work hard enough” constitutes a microaggression, advising students and faculty members to respond to such statements by challenging the speaker to provide examples.

The guide also lists several examples of microaggressions based on “Color Blindness,” listing statements such as “I don’t believe in race” and “When I look at you, I don’t see color” as offensive comments.

In response to the former, it suggests asking the speaker to articulate what it is that they do believe in, while the recommended response to the latter statement is to invite the speaker to “tell me more about your perspective” while encouraging others to “weigh in” with their own reactions.