U. Michigan Hiring Student Facilitators to Run Anti-Racism Workshops
“must have “an interest in and/or increasing familiarity with social identities”
The narrative that college students are victims must be constantly reinforced.
Campus Reform reports:
University hiring students for ‘coalition building’
The University of Michigan announced it is hiring “student facilitators” to run “anti-racism” and “coalition building” workshops.
“Student facilitators” at the University of Michigan will work within the Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA) and be paid $10 per hour for 10 hours per week, according to the job announcement. The facilitators will focus on “coalition building and dismantling racism” through activities like “dialogic based exercises,” “critical reflection,” and “storytelling.”
The job details page explains that the facilitators will be responsible for developing curricula for workshops. Facilitators will also be expected to publicize these workshops heavily throughout campus, which includes sending emails, visiting student organizations, and promoting their events on social media.
In order to be a facilitator, a student must have “an interest in and/or increasing familiarity with social identities, specifically race and ethnicity, along with social justice and U-M campus climate,” as well as having a “demonstrated commitment and understanding of diversity, equity, and inclusion.”
MESA is aiming to hire four facilitators, which would cost the department $400 per week. That means the university will pay $5,600 per semester, to employ student facilitators. Student tuition per semester at the University of Michigan’s main campus in Ann Arbor is $7,467, according to the Office of the Registrar.
The University of Michigan’s College Republicans chairman Dylan Berger told Campus Reform that while he agrees the university needs to confront racism, it can do so in more cost-effective ways.
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Let me guess: no whites need apply?
Hiring racists to run a racism seminar.