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Byrn Mawr College, Swarthmore College, and Haverford College in Philadelphia are offering a joint social justice program for incoming freshman.
It's a week-long boot camp for incoming students in the next school semester.
Dubbed the “Tri-College Identity, Equity and Social Justice Summer Institute” the social justice camp will host 60 students (with 20 from each school) and takes place a week before classes begin this August.
According to the program description on Haverford’s school website, the goal of the program is to enable students is to “become social agents for change within their own institutions, in the United States, and the world.”
In other words, it’s designed to create a new breed of social justice warriors.
Campus Reform notes how current students currently enlisted to lead the boot camp are involved in communist and “anti-capitalist” clubs, the “Womxn of Color” group, and various other social justice student organizations.
originally posted by: Arnie123
There will be groups that will resist this crap. Lets see how this plays out.
originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: seasonal
There is such a huge market for social justice warriors in the outside world.
Not like getting a job in science, technology, engineering or anything lame like that.