“to create an environment in which others can thrive without fear of hate or bias”
Now GWU students can report thought crimes with greater convenience.
The College Fix reports:
School’s bias incident system allows students to report ’emotional impact,’ ‘verbal harm’
The George Washington University recently rolled out a new bias incident reporting system, a tool that allows students to report a variety of offensive incidents on campus, including ones that have “emotional impact” and constitute “verbal harm.”
The school’s Bias Incident Report form is meant to “make the university aware of [bias] incidents,” according to the site. The school says it is “the responsibility of each person within the GW community to create an environment in which others can thrive without fear of hate or bias.”
Students filling out the lengthy form can do so anonymously or with their personal information included. Reporters must note the “nature of the alleged bias” and the “nature of the incident.”
Options for the “nature of the incident” include “Emotional Harm/Impact” and “Verbal Harm/Impact.” Other incidents on the list include “Offensive Picture or Image,” “Physical Assault/Attack” and “Bullying.”
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