The conference is two days long and will cost $14,000. It’s becoming almost impossible to parody the left.

The Washington Free Beacon reports:

Illinois State Holding $14,000 Conference on Microagressions in the Age of Trump

Illinois State University will be holding a two-day conference next month devoted to microaggressions in the age of President Donald Trump.

ISU will be hosting “Social, Ethnic, and Racial Boundaries on Campus and Community in the 21st Century: Microaggressions in Everyday Life,” at the Bone Student Center over the weekend of Feb. 9, free and open to the campus and local community.

The theme of Friday‘s session is titled “Race and Immigration Under the Trump Administration” and Saturday will examine “Microaggressions in Everyday Life.”

The topics will include lectures on how a microaggression is different from racism, sexism, and age-segregation; the social, emotional, and academic cost of campus microaggressions; microaggressions in the classroom; and how to integrate diversity into curriculum, so all students learn about power, privilege, and equity in the United States.

Yolanda Flores Niemann, a psychology professor at the University of North Texas, will deliver the keynote address on “Subjective Experiences of Microaggressions from the Lenses of Others: Being an Ally and Developing Alliances Across and Within Demographic Groups.”