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Cal Poly Students Claim Bias Reporting is Necessary Because of Trump

Cal Poly Students Claim Bias Reporting is Necessary Because of Trump

“discrimination reporting”

Who is handling the election worse, the media or college students? It’s a tough call, isn’t it?

Campus Reform reports:

Students demand bias reporting system before Trump takes office

Students are demanding that California Polytechnic University institute a “discrimination reporting” system to protect them once Donald Trump becomes president.

“Across the country, instances of hate, bigotry, and violent attacks against the most vulnerable communities in our country have been on the rise—and our institution is not poised to address this well,” the Cal Poly Students for a Quality Education group declares in an open letter to the Cal Poly administration.

The letter then points out that “dozens of higher educational institutions across the United States have embraced the now common practice of providing accessible avenues for reporting instances of racism, transphobia, homophobia, Islamaphobia, ect. [sic] on our campuses,” and lambasts Cal Poly for failing to provide “easy to understand online forms” for students to report such incidents.

According to the letter, Cal Poly “simply lists the contact information of existing, federally mandated reporting processes—while other institutions listed offer dedicated online reporting forms, which trigger their own respective investigations.”

The reason for the students’ urgency, they explain, is their fear that the incoming Trump administration will lead to an uptick in “actual or perceived” bias incidents.

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These people do not deserve an education. Their minds are firmly welded shut.

It must take some pretty advanced education to be that ignorant.

Why aren’t they in class, studying, writing papers and actually learning? They seem to have way too much time on their hands!

Poly want a cracker?

Cal Poly appears to be reverting to its vocational high school roots.

dozens of higher educational institutions across the United States have embraced the now common practice

Out of something over 4000 colleges in the US, “dozens” hardly constitutes “common practice”, I’d say.

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