“now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 academic year”
Social justice warriors love to have their views affirmed by like minded people. Yet this creates a bubble where they won’t ever be exposed to opposing ideas.
Campus Reform reported:
School offers ‘Social Justice House’ for wannabe activists
The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) recently debuted a new dorm that promises to be a “safe, supportive living-environment” for students interested in promoting “social justice issues.”
The new Social Justice House, which is now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 academic year, “will be a community of unique and multi-faceted students from a variety of backgrounds, united into a singular voice of social activism and equality.”
This “singular voice” of social activism will be developed among students throughout the semester during required reading assignments, participation in “advocacy opportunities,” and a group field trip to a “social justice related” site.
“The house will ultimately attempt to push the College’s mission of being ‘an institution comprised of a diverse community of learners, dedicated to free inquiry and open exchange’ to a new level,” states the school’s web-page for the house.
Students interested in applying to the house must also be comfortable with the prospect of becoming “social justice ambassadors” on campus, and must “have a commitment to organizing events, trips, and campus activities” that promote social justice issues.
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