OSU Health Course Requires Students to Address ‘White,’ ‘Heterosexual’ Privileges

A class at Ohio State University (OSU) is reportedly making its students address their so-called “whiteness,” as well as explain what the term “white” means, and how they “navigate race” in their daily lives.

The course requires students to take part in discussions and assignments about gender and race, including one task that involves addressing their so-called “privileges” if they are white, heterosexual, or able-bodied, according to documents obtained by Fox News.

The class, titled, “Individual Differences in Patient/Client Populations,” is offered through OSU’s School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.

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