Los Angeles, CA – UCLA is paying several students an “undisclosed amount” to work as “Social Justice Advocates” next semester in an attempt to fight a “world that operate on whiteness, patriarchy, and heteronormativity as the primary ideologies”.
In short, UCLA went beyond simply indoctrinating their students through bogus ideologies and opted to go straight for real thought policing. The program is looking for students who are interested in lecturing their classmates on how to “navigate a world that operates on whiteness, patriarchy, and heteronormativity as the primary ideologies,” and the students will be paid a quarterly stipend.
The following is taken directly from the application online:
“Be a part of the BEST (Bruin Excellence & Student Transformation) inaugural Social Justice Advocates initiative supported by VC Kang’s office and Residential Life. We are seeking 8-10 Social Justice Advocates!
The Social Justice Advocates initiative aims to empower students by developing them as conscious and critical leaders and equipping them with cultural and political capital as they navigate a world that operates on whiteness, patriarchy, and heteronormativity as the primary ideologies. Social Justice Advocates will learn about systems oppression and how they intersect and build upon one another maintain the status quo. Most importantly individuals and the collective will be empowered through liberatory scholarship and practices and strengthening their emotional intelligence to create change within their spheres of influence. Social Justice Advocates will educate their peers on how they can make UCLA a more equitable space for all students and communities.”
The application for the inaugural students asks aspiring Social Justice Advocates to explain their interest in social justice, list their preferred gender pronouns (such as “zi” and “hir”), and describe any experience they have in facilitating workshops on “social justice” issues.
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The program is funded through the Bruin Excellence & Student Transformation Grant Program (BEST), which receives funding from the university’s Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion and from Gold Shield, Alumnae of UCLA.