University of Wisconsin-La Crosse is looking to hire psychologists who can help minority students who suffer from “microaggressions” and “bias incidents” at the university.
The phrase “God bless you” has been deemed a microaggression, or a potentially offensive phrase, at Simmons College.
A professor from UCLA told students at Cal-Berkeley that microaggressions can be “lethal.”
The University of Arizona, a taxpayer-funded university in the state of Arizona, is hosting a one-day “feminist social justice” conference on their college campus on topics such as rape culture and will have a yoga session.
A study claimed that white students’ racism can be traced to microaggressions, or when people feel “triggered” and upset by things people say and do.
New School in New York issued a guide that told professors that they could create “environmental microaggressions” if they assign books written by “white cisgender” male authors.
Micro aggressions could be running amok in grades K-8, warned college professors.
Not making eye contact could lead to ‘racial micro aggression’ and mental health issues, warned Oxford University’s Equality and Diversity Team.
Noted historian David McCullough, in an interview with the Wall Street Journal, said that American history is missing in America’s college courses.
A professor of psychology at Emory University researched microaggressions and was not sure if they really exist: Emory University psychology Professor Scott Lilienfeld is challenging the seemingly universally accepted concept of the microaggression. After reviewing many studies…