‘Microaggression’ Exhibit at Brandeis ‘Microaggresses’ Students

May 4, 2015

By Gabriella Morrongiello at Campus Reform

Only on a college campus would an art project about microaggressions become a microaggression itself.

Members of Brandeis University’s Asian American Student Association (AASA) were recently pressured to apologize after hanging posters outside a campus building aimed at addressing the “microaggressions” Asian students allegedly endure on a daily basis...

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