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The future of speech and ‘microaggressions’ on college campuses (#AT30)

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Oct 06 2015
The future of speech and ‘microaggressions’ on college campuses (#AT30)

The University of California has come under fire this summer for a series of workshops for deans and department heads on so-called microaggressions — “slights, snubs or insults…that communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative messages to target people based solely on their marginalized group membership,” according to a University memo. They can be intentional or not, and range from questions such as “Where were you born?” to statements about America being a melting pot, or claiming that gender

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