“power, privilege, allyship, and identity exploration.”
Blatant left wing political indoctrination disguised as higher education. That’s all this is.
Campus Reform reports:
Barnard offering 8-week ‘social justice education’ program
Next semester, students at Barnard College will be treated to an 8-week “social justice education” program addressing topics such as “power, privilege, allyship, and identity exploration.”
Applications for the program, officially titled “Barnard BLUEPrint,” have just been released, and promotional flyers have been posted throughout campus advertising the 8-week series, which takes place one evening per week starting in February.
“Through facilitated dialogue, we will focus on the ways in which identity affects systems, as well as our everyday lives,” states the program application, which is currently only available to Barnard students. “The ultimate goal of BLUEPrint is to allow students the space for challenging conversations by highlighting a multitude of voices and experiences of students on Barnard’s campus.”
The program is part of an ongoing series sponsored by the Barnard Student Life Office called Barnard BLUE, which “includes workshops, dialogues, and a summit around leadership development and social justice education.”
While “blue” may have been chosen because Barnard’s official color is blue (in line with Columbia University’s official color, denoting Barnard’s affiliation with that institution), it also stood for “Building Leadership and Understanding Equity” last semester, although that acronym has fallen out of use this academic year.
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