Iowa State University Now Indoctrinating Freshman Engineering Students With Lectures on Microaggressions

A concerned ISU parent sent in this photo from his son’s freshman software engineering class.
They’re indoctrinating the students with lectures on microaggressions.

See attachment my son who is a freshman sent me of a PowerPoint slide in his software engineering class. I guess I’ve seen this stuff before online but never thought is was widespread enough to invade Iowa.”

I weep for our future and am glad i raised my son to see this for what it really is and not buy into it but he still has three more years of brainwashing left. He’s not out of the woods yet.

The slide reads:

** Attending a lecture that only depicts the accomplishments of white men in engineering
** Stating “Everyone can succeed in this society if they work hard enough” (meritocracy)
** Mistaking a faculty of color as a graduate assistant or student; addressing them by their first name or Mr./Ms. _______ instead of Dr. _______ or Professor ________.
** Asking an Asian American peer for help in Math, under the assumption they are/should be good in the subject area
** Choosing not to be a part of a team with peers that don’t look like you.

This is the garbage they’re teaching children these days — in engineering classes — in Iowa.


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