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Johns Hopkins University Weaponized DEI Against ‘White, Heterosexual, Christian Males’

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Chief Diversity Officer Dr. Sherita H. Golden of Johns Hopkins University sent out a newsletter discussing the concept of privilege, specifically targeting groups such as whites, Christians, males, and heterosexuals.

Many have since criticized Golden’s remarks as discriminatory and prejudiced, leading to the university’s subsequent retraction, stating that Golden’s statement do not reflect the university.

“Privilege is a set of unearned benefits given to people who are in a specific social group,” Golden wrote. (Trending: Two Names Emerge As Trump’s Possible 2024 Running Mate)

“Privilege operates on personal, interpersonal, cultural and institutional levels, and it provides advantages and favors to members of dominant groups at the expense of members of other groups.”

“Privilege is characteristically invisible to people who have it. People in dominant groups often believe they have earned the privileges they enjoy or that everyone could have access to these privileges if only they worked to earn them,” the newsletter added.

“In fact, privileges are unearned and are granted to people in the dominant groups whether they want those privileges or not, and regardless of their stated intent.”

The incident reflects a larger trend of left-wing academic prejudice and propaganda currently running rampant in universities across America.

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