- Colleges across the country are preparing students for encounters with relatives who might hold different opinions as they depart from their academic bubbles for the Thanksgiving holiday.
- Case Western Reserve University even notes that “away from the university, our families and friends often talk about issues differently than what we experience in our on-campus discussions.”
- Most schools simply suggest avoiding political discussions altogether, assuming that students traumatized by Trump's election will be at odds with family members.
Thursday, November 24, 2016
Propaganda Camps afraid their cult members might hear a truth?-----Students prep for 'fundamentally different viewpoints' at Thanksgiving
Students prep for 'fundamentally different viewpoints' at Thanksgiving