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Ohio State Offers Safe Space for Students During Trump Inauguration

Ohio State Offers Safe Space for Students During Trump Inauguration

“to foster a safe space for the Ohio State campus community”

It’s amazing that this is still going on. Doesn’t anyone involved feel embarrassed about this?

The College Fix reported:

Ohio State offers Inauguration Day ‘safe space’

Ohio State University will offer a “safe space” for students today as the nation inaugurates Republican Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States.

“The purpose of this event is to foster a safe space for the Ohio State campus community to connect with one another, support aspirations, and empower growth and change,” organizers state.

The “I, too, am America” event is set for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will include three concurrent offerings from noon to 3 p.m.: a screening of the inauguration festivities in one room; another room set aside to “pause, reflect and share”; and a third swath of rooms for teach-ins by grad students, faculty and staff.

The event was reportedly inspired by Langston Hughes’ poem “I, Too,” and will also include poetry reading workshops and a community mural art project.

The Ohio State University’s media department and the Student Life Multicultural Center did not respond to several requests from The College Fix seeking comment.

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I’m surprised the school didn’t volunteer to bring in their mommies so they could wipe away the tears of their traumatized children. These children should be told to grow up. The real world will challenge them with situations that are much more threatening than losing an election, and these children won’t know how to cope.

Seems to me only safe space would be in Canada or Mexico. He is President of Ohio, too, as well as the other 49 states. (Somehow I suspect the new president knows there are 50 not 57 states).

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