Ohio State "health course" forces students to address white, able-bodied privilege
· Dec 6, 2023 · NottheBee.com

Don't forget that this hot garbage is still actively going on at our nation's finest institutions of higher learning:

A health sciences program offered at The Ohio State University requires those who sign up for the course to take part in an array of discussions and assignments about gender and race, including one that asks students to address their privileges if they are White, heterosexual or able-bodied.

Among the course assignments is one called "Unpack the Invisible Knapsack" that "asks students to complete a series of 'activities' about their 'privilege.'" Among the selections from which students could choose:

  • The "White Privilege Knapsack"
  • The "Heterosexual Privilege Knapsack"
  • The "Able-Bodied Privilege Knapsack"

The course incorporates elements from the infamous 1989 essay titled "White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack," which was written by famed woke scholar Peggy McIntosh. If you've been through a college program at any point in the last 35 years, you've almost certainly encountered this junk.

The Ohio State University, meanwhile, scrambled to address the negative fallout from the idiotic offering, saying in a statement:

The university seeks to foster and maintain a campus environment where all viewpoints are welcome and respected.

Love a good laugh in the morning!

P.S. Now check out our latest video 👇

Keep up with our latest videos — Subscribe to our YouTube channel!

Ready to join the conversation? Subscribe today.

Access comments and our fully-featured social platform.

Sign up Now
App screenshot

You must signup or login to view or post comments on this article.