Showing up on time is a matter of white privilege and expecting people to arrive on time is racist, according to a new batch of “diversity training” materials given to Clemson University professors.
Campus Reform reports that the taxpayer-funded school purchased the online training materials from an outside vendor at a cost of close to $30,000.
A Q&A lecture included with the new program features a Spanish-American man talking about being on time and being late. If one group shows up for a 9 PM meeting at 8:50, he says, and another at 9:15, it means that the arriving-late group is less privileged and deserves special attention.
The course also sets definitions of the “limits of free speech” and instructs professors to call out dissenting points-of-view among the faculty.