Do you think that you have white privilege? The University of Minnesota has erected a bulletin board checklist to help you find out!
Students at the University of Minnesota were forced to evaluate their white privilege at a “White Privilege Checklist” plastered on a bulletin board in an on-campus residence hall.
The checklist gave 11 different ways for students to see if they have or do not have white privilege — because apparently looking in the mirror isn’t good enough for the left.
Some examples of items on the list include:
1. I can arrange to be in the company of my race most of the time.
3. I can turn on the TV or to the front page of the paper and see people of my race widely represented.
8. I am not made acutely aware that my shape, bearing, or body odor will be taken as a reflection on my race.
Evan Christensen, the student who took the photo of the white privilege board, stated that the bulletin board is just an example of a growing double standard in free speech on college campuses.
If you're uncertain whether or not you have White privilege, worry not. There's now a checklist. pic.twitter.com/Nl8t8QafTv
— Brittany Pettibone (@BrittPettibone) April 11, 2017
Christensen told Campus Reform:
“I do believe it crosses the line. When it attacks the individual and not the idea, there is a problem. I am not inherently racist because I don’t believe in white privilege. I believe there needs to be dialogue on the subject but it needs to more of a give and take and not a one-sided affair.”
(H/T Fox News)
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