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The micro-aggression craze that has taken hold at American Universities, should send chills down your spine. The alarming similarities of this movement to the novel 1984 (George Orwell) are scary. Newspeak ("thoughtcrime") parallels are alive and well and suppressing environments of open-mindedness and free speech, the two things that should be in abundance at these learning institutions.
Can remaining neutral be harmful?
Political rhetoric and the attack on women and the poor.
The cognitive, affective, behavioral, and spiritual costs of oppression.
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