For many of today’s college students, it is not enough to agree with them on some things — one must accept their entire agenda, all at once, or be branded an enemy of progress.
For a galling example of this, look no further than the University of Oregon’s student union, which recently considered removing Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I have a dream” quote from the wall of a campus building. Why? Because the famous statement only references one kind of diversity—skin color—and is therefore not inclusive.
Read the full story via The Daily Beast: The College Where Martin Luther King Is Problematic