Students at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis had better not question the institution’s uncompromising approach to race, which many find radical.
That was the message this fall from Kaytlin Reedy-Rogier, a lecturer from the university’s Understanding Systemic Racism Team, as reported by Fox News.
“I have a really hard time being neutral around issues of systemic oppression,” Reedy-Rogier allegedly told a class in a video obtained by Fox News Digital. “So, oftentimes you will know how I feel. This does not mean that I am opposed to hearing other perspectives. I would like to be very clear about that. I am always willing to engage in dialogue with folks that may disagree with me. Always.
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