“DU’s use of race-based groups is inequitable, discriminatory, and disturbing”
Something similar recently happened at the University of Cincinnati. Why are they doing this?
The YAF blog reports:
University of Denver Segregates Students By Race for Post-Election Caucuses
University of Denver (UD) is hosting a series of “race-based caucuses” to help students “process the outcome” of the election, according to an email obtained exclusively by Young America’s Foundation.
The Graduate School of Social Work is hosting six race-based caucuses for its Masters in Social Work (MSW) students and faculty, and for general student and faculty populations:
“POC MSW students caucus,”
“Biracial/multiracial MSW students,”
“Black/African/African American MSW students,”
“White MSW students.”
The trainings were announced by Heather Arnold-Renicker, a clinical assistant professor at the school.
A brave student whistleblower, Christi Collins, came forward with information about the training through YAF’s Campus Bias Tip Line. Collins plans to file an official complaint about the segregated caucuses with the Department of Education.
“DU’s use of race-based groups is inequitable, discriminatory, and disturbing,” Collins told YAF. “This divisive behavior and rhetoric is unacceptable, and hardly ‘progressive.’”
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