At the taxpayer-funded University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, hurting someone’s feelings –– whether on purpose or by accident — can lead to disciplinary action from the school’s “Bias Response Team.”
As expected, the group is made up of nonessential faculty, apparently, and represents members of the office of vice provost for diversity, equity, and inclusion; the office of student conflict resolution; and the office for institutional equity, among others.
“Bias comes in many forms,” the school’s website says. “It can be a hurtful action based on who someone is as a person. The most important indication of bias is your own feelings.”
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