Program also compared law enforcement to white supremacy
Texas Tech University has reportedly shut down an anti-racism diversity training that separated students, faculty and other participants by skin color.
“Upon reviewing materials from the ‘Deeply Rooted Conversations’ discussion series, we learned that some of the content does not align with our university values, and we have discontinued this program,” Matt Dewey, a spokesman for Texas Tech University, told the Daily Caller News Foundation.
The racially segregated session, part of the “Deeply Rooted Conversation Series,” was first brought to light by Young America’s Foundation through a public records act request.Video footage obtained by the foundation of one of the Deeply Rooted sessions showed faculty and students being divided into two groups, a “BIPOC affinity space” and an “ally affinity space.” NEW: Through a FOIA request, YAF has uncovered hundreds of documents from an “anti-racism” training at @TexasTech . For some breakout sessions, […]
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