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May. 16, 2017
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A college professor at Bethel University publicly shamed one of his students online for the microaggression of wearing a Chicago Blackhawks sweatshirt to class.
The student was made to apologize before his entire class.
From The College Fix:
A Bethel University student recently issued an apology for wearing a Chicago Blackhawks sweatshirt to class after he was told the clothing was "offensive and hurtful."
The post has since been deleted, but The College Fix obtained a copy.Sounds like the class was literally shaking.
I hope Albrecht issued a full apology, which would have to include a personal apology for the trail of tears.
I wonder if the class would suffer mental breakdowns from reading the "social perspective" of Mark Twain in his controversial 1870 essay "The Noble Red Man."
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