Politically Liberal Diversity Training To Be Added to Student Curriculum

Georgia Southern University plans to implement a diversity and inclusion curriculum recommended by the Student Government Association, which according to critics of the move means students will pay for additional courses and spend valuable time sitting through them as professors teach how to ‘be kind’ - something parents should teach at home, for free. (Georgia University System photo)

Campus Reform – Georgia Southern University will mandate that all students take “diversity and inclusion” courses. Under the new curriculum, all first and second-year students will be required to take the yet-to-be-announced courses, according to the student newspaper The George-Anne.

This move is a result of diversity and inclusion resolution, passed by the GSU Student Government Association. GSU SGA Senator-at-Large Keyshawn Housey, members of the GSU National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and members of the National Pan-hellenic Council (NPHC), a collaborative organization of African American fraternities and sororities, authored the resolution.

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