Carnegie Mellon University Advised Professors to Avoid ‘Microinequities’ in Lectures

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Per Campus Reform, Carnegie Mellon University has published a guide to advise professors to avoid “micro inequities” and other politically-correct buzzwords while giving class lectures:

Carnegie Mellon University, for one, has produced a guide for creating an inclusive learning environment warning professors that using gendered language, forgetting student names, or other “small unconscious behaviors” in class can make women and minority students feel that they are not valued.

To combat the threat of being non-inclusive, professors are told to steer clear of “microinequities,” which are defined as “small unconscious behaviors…that certain groups experience repeatedly.”