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UCLA to Hire Students as Social Justice Advocates Despite Backlash at U. Arizona

UCLA to Hire Students as Social Justice Advocates Despite Backlash at U. Arizona

“will “educate” their peers about “systems [of] oppression.”

The University of Arizona was going to try this but backed off when the public caught wind of it.

Now UCLA is going to try.

PJ Media reports:

Even After Arizona Backlash, UCLA Will Hire ‘Social Justice Advocates,’ Too

The backlash against the University of Arizona hiring “social justice advocates,” hourly employees who, as part of their duties, would be watching and reporting other students for “bias incidents,” was swift and pointed. Arizona only responded by changing the creepy job title, which generated another round of criticism.

You might think the explosion of awful PR would serve as a warning for other schools — but you’d only think that if you haven’t been paying attention. The rest of you could have predicted that, say, UCLA wouldn’t want to be considered less “woke” than Arizona:

The University of California-Los Angeles is offering to pay students to serve as “Social Justice Advocates” who will “educate” their peers about “systems [of] oppression.”

The Social Justice Advocates program seeks students who want to help their classmates “navigate a world that operates on whiteness, patriarchy, and heteronormativity as the primary ideologies,” and comes with a quarterly stipend, the amount of which has yet to be determined.


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As long as they wear a uniform that identifies them as an official Social Justice Advocate so we can avoid them when we can and ridicule them mercilessly when we can’t.

TheIconoclast | June 1, 2017 at 7:35 am

Trade School is looking better and better.