THE COLLEGE FIX: UNC social justice conference teaches teenagers about sexual orientation, gender

Seven years after Republicans took control of the General Assembly, radical social justice engineers are still putting on seminars at UNC-CH like this one which teaches teenage high schoolers about sexual orientation, gender identity, immigration status, and other social issues.  It is egregious that taxpayer money supports leftist indoctrination like this under the guise of educating high school students.


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Each year, the University of North Carolina plays host to a workshop for teenagers that teaches them about “gender,” “sexual orientation,” “immigration status” and other “social issues.”

The Catalyst Conference, held in February at UNC, gathers high school students from around North Carolina “to educate [them] on various social justice issues,” according to The Daily Tarheel. Only 100 students are chosen for the conference—representing roughly 25% of the total applicants—and attendees are chosen “to reflect diversity in race, gender, sexual orientation, ability, class and geographic location, as well as knowledge and opinion on various social justice issues.”

“We learned about queer,” one teenage attendee claims, “we learned about racial injustice, we learned about food insecurity.”

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