The conference agenda reads like a parody of the left.

Campus Reform reports:

Public univ. sponsors social justice conference to address ‘white accountability,’ ‘microaggressions’

The University of Rhode Island sponsored a “Social Justice in Higher Education” conference, with speakers discussing topics such as “White Accountability,” “Addressing Microaggressions,” and more.

The conference was put on Wednesday by the New England College Personnel Association, with the University of Rhode Island being a co-sponsor. The focus of this year’s conference is specifically promoting “social justice education” and giving schools tips on how to educate students better on “anti-oppressive, liberatory, and critical frameworks,” according to the description.

The conference hosted various sessions based on social justice education, such as the following:

– “The Cost of Inclusion: Addressing the Class Struggle When Engaging Students Outside the Classroom”

– “Supporting a Culture of White Accountability on Campus”

– “When the Conversation Gets Quiet — 10 Ways to Facilitate Discussions on Sensitive Social Justice Issues with First Year Students”

– “Enacting Racial Justice on Campus by Effectively Addressing Microaggressions”

– “What is our social justice responsibility in teaching white students to become civically engaged?”

– “Lessons in Allyship: Engaging White Colleagues in Anti-Racist Professional Development Efforts”