UCLA English Literature Majors Required to Learn Social Justice BUT NOT SHAKESPEARE (VIDEO)
If you want to study English literature at UCLA, you can do so without learning about Shakespeare but you will be required to take left-wing courses about social justice and gender.
In this video from Prager University, Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute explains just how radical academia has become.
Here’s a partial transcript:
To get a bachelor’s degree in English literature at the University of California Los Angeles, one of the most prestigious colleges in America, you must take courses in gender, race, ethnicity, disability or sexuality studies, in imperial, trans-national or post colonial studies and in critical theory, but you are not required to take a single course in Shakespeare.
In other words, the UCLA English faculty is now officially indifferent as to whether an English major has ever read a word of the greatest writer of the English language, but is determined to expose students, according to the course catalogue, to alternative rubrics of gender, sexuality, race and class.
Watch the video:
This is what passes for higher education in America today.