Social Justice Unit: University Of Michigan Gives SJWs Free Room And Board To Investigate Bias

At the University of Michigan, Social Justice Investigators are on the scene to examine “bias incidents” and promote “inclusive language” within the student body and on campus. A total of 20 lucky SJWs have been given room and board at the University of Michigan, and in exchange have agreed to act as officers for social justice, working 20 hours a week on Ann Arbor campus. Their duties include promoting the University of Michigan’s “Inclusive Language Campaign,” taking part in “bystander intervention,” as well as seek out and communicate with people who claim to be victims of “bias incidents.”
Assistant director of diversity and inclusion, Nicola Saliendra, has confirmed that 20 students have been granted free room and board on the condition that they spread social justice propaganda and act as SJW investigators, according to a report from Campus Reform.
But the participants in the programs won’t be titled “Social Justice Investigators,” that’s just a cute name tag I’ve applied to this bunch of proactive bias busters. Instead, each participant will have the prestigious title of “diversity peer educator.”
The University of Michigan is a public research university in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The school is tax-payer funded.

What does Diversity Peer Educators do?

This group of SJIs will look to investigate and resolve “bias incidents” by way of contacting the alleged victims and assisting them to “rebuild the community” through “restorative justice principles.”
However, it isn’t clear whether or not this group will contact – or have the authority to contact- those who have been accused of perpetuating or instigating a “bias incident.”
Just in the month of October alone, students at the University of Michigan reported 23 “bias incidents.”
Diversity Peer Educators also work to stamp out “offensive language” by promoting Michigan’s Inclusive Language Campaign. In 2015, the university spent $16,000 on that campaign, which could have covered a full year scholarship for a resident of Michigan.
Here are words that are unacceptable by the language police over at the University of Michigan: “insane,” “retarded,” “gay,” “ghetto” and “illegal alien.” These words are said to offend the mentally ill, the disabled, homosexuals, economically-disadvantaged minorities, and undocumented immigrants.
The useful charts are available to inform you which phrases not to use. “That test raped me,” for example, “carelessly diminishes the experience of survivors of sexual assault.”
Even the phrase “I want to die” (when not used seriously) could have life-threatening implications to others, as it “can make survivors feel silenced by implying that self-harm is laughable or not a real problem.”
The Diversity Peer Educators will also host social justice-related training and other education programming in dormitories and other places on campus.

University of Michigan’s PC Culture

Last year, the President from the University of Michigan, Mark Schlissel, sent out an e-mail, taking a jab at students who are Trump supporters. He wrote that he found it “ironic” that these students felt “marginalized and ostracized” following the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election.
In August of 2017, the university opened up a job position for an overseer of their “Bias Response Team.” They are looking for someone to “enact cultural appropriation prevention initiatives.” The official title of this job is “bias incident prevention and response coordinator.” This job offers a starting salary between $46,000 and $57,000.
The school also tried to let their students choose their own pronouns during the last academic year. However, this venture turned out to be a failure.
Over the past few years, “bias reporting systems” have been popping up around 230 American colleges and universities – 143 of them are publicly funded schools (such as the University of Michigan). According to the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), roughly 2.84 million students in the United States can be put under the microscope regarding their speech and conduct as a result of the bias reporting system evaluations.
These “bias response teams” are usually made up of law enforcement officials, school administrators and public relations staffers. If found “guilty,” students will be summoned for hearings regarding the incident. These hearings are described as “quasi-disciplinary” and “intimidating.”

Social Justice Unit Meme

In the social justice system, pronoun-based offenses are considered especially heinous. At the University of Michigan, the dedicated warriors who investigate these vicious micro-aggressions are members of an elite squad known as the Social Justice Unit. These are their stories.
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