Brown University Teaching High School Kids to Be Social Justice Warriors

While some high-school students spend the summer playing video games or hanging out with friends, other teens have different plans — and many of them are learning how to become social justice activists through college-sponsored summer programs.

Next month, Brown University will play host to one of these programs, a “Leadership and Social Justice” class geared towards students as young as 15.

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  • tom_billesley

    Allegations that a middle school teacher forced several students to stand and apologize for their “white privilege” have rocked a North Carolina school district.

    Rockingham County Public Schools recently fell into the feel-good trap known as “equity training.” Like with the Pacific Educational Group’s “Courageous Conversations,” staff were educated on topics like “structural racism” and yes, “white privilege.”

    Rockingham’s program is headed by a group called OpenSource…..George Soros again?

    https://www.thecollegefix.com/post/33807/

  • canminuteman

    This is why I have no sympathy when the revolution eats the universities.

  • Tom Forsythe

    It was either enlist naive kids, or persuade adults using facts and reason…

  • Hard Little Machine

    My niece went there. Total snowflake. The world is going to be big slap in the face

  • David Murrell

    A Google search sows that full-time tuition at Brown is $52,231 per academic year. Probably a better way to spend one’s money.

  • Red-Pilled Conservative

    Check out that one girl, panel 4, back row, right hand side.

    Tfw you look at your “friends” around you, and you start to question all of your life’s decisions to this point.