“if you try to fight me or debate me, I will shut that s— down real fast”
For this lecturer, it seems these topics are not up for debate. If you were a student, wouldn’t you challenge this?
FOX News reports:
Washington U lecturer warns medical students not to ‘debate’ her on ‘systemic oppression’: ‘shut that’ down
A lecturer for Washington University in St. Louis’ medical school was caught on camera warning students that if they try to debate her on critical race theory and “systemic oppression,” she “will shut that s— down real fast.”
“I have a really hard time being neutral around issues of systemic oppression,” Kaytlin Reedy-Rogier told a class of medical students this past semester in a video exclusively obtained by Fox News Digital. “So oftentimes you will know how I feel. This does not mean that I am opposed to hearing other perspectives. I would like to be very clear about that: I am always willing to engage in dialogue with folks that may disagree with me. Always.”
“And I will not think less of you, nor will I try to fight you or debate you. And in fact, if you try to fight me or debate me, I will shut that s— down real fast,” Reedy-Rogier, who holds a master’s in social work, added.
Reedy-Rogier serves as a member of the school’s “Understanding Systemic Racism Team” as a co-lead, according to the university’s website.
The lecture is part of Washington University’s “Health Equity & Justice” lessons, which is included in the medical school’s required “Gateway Curriculum” that was rolled out in 2020.
“At Washington University, we are advancing human health as a diverse and inclusive community, inspiring learners to create the future of medicine, science and society. Our goal is to produce physicians who are leaders in medicine, science, education and advocacy,” the medical school’s website states of the curriculum.
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