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The following is a transcript of Todd’s midday national radio commentary:
Hello Americans. I’m Todd Starnes with news and commentary next.
No one can accuse the University of North Carolina in Asheville of not caring about the fragile minds of their students.
The university recently hosted a healing space for Black and African American students in the aftermath of the Derek Chauvin trial.
They also sponsored a racial trauma yoga session — limited only to minority students.
Segregation has become somewhat vogue among the woke academic crowd.
Young America’s Foundation got their hands on an exclusive email sent to students from Chancellor Nancy Cable.
“A guilty verdict does not wipe away the horror of the past or the continued presence of issues,” the email read.
The chancellor also blasted what she called the recurrent deaths of black and brown people — along with anti-transgender legislation.
So she created two healing spaces – one for Black students and the other for trans, non-binary and gender non-conforming students.
A university spokeswoman provided YAF with this statement:
“UNC Asheville is an inclusive space and provides a variety of programmatic activities for all students. We are committed to equality of educational experiences for students and is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. UNC Asheville does not discriminate against students, applicants or employees on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation or any other legally protected status.”
In addition to the racial trauma yoga session, the university offered something called a “meltdown” class.
“This is a scream, punch, and kick class session in 15-minute increments encouraging students to vent their frustration,” the university said.
I’m not all that familiar with racial trauma yoga — but I have seen first-hand a full-moon yoga. That was incredibly traumatic.