Harvard University Distributes Holiday Placemats FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE

Harvard Placemats

Harvard University’s Office for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion is celebrating Christmas by distributing holiday placemats which explain social justice issues.

Campus Reform reports:

Harvard placemat serves up social justice for Christmas

The Office for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion at Harvard University distributed what it is calling “Holiday Placemats for Social Justice” on campus to help freshmen students navigate difficult conversations when they return home for Christmas break.

The placemat, a copy of which was obtained by Campus Reform, offers students tips for talking to their family members about controversial topics such as “Black Murders in the Street,” “House Master Title,” and “Islamophobia/Refugees.” The placemat, divided into four possible topics of conversation, provides students with a series of sample questions they may encounter when they return home to their families along with an acceptable response to each question.

Under the topic “Black Murders in the Street,” students are advised to prepare answers to the question: “Why didn’t they just listen to the officer? If they had just obeyed the law this wouldn’t have happened.”

Students are advised to say to their families: “Do you think the response would be the same if it was a white person being pulled over? In many incidents that result in the death of a black body in the street, these victims are not breaking the law and are unarmed.”

What a fun way to celebrate Christmas.

Progressives need to politicize everything.




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