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San Jose State freshmen pay for own microaggressions training

San Jose State freshmen pay for own microaggressions training | 10 July 2017 | Freshmen at San Jose State University now have to pay for their own diversity training, which is incorporated into a Frosh Orientation that comes with a $250 price tag. The addition of microaggressions training to the orientation was made public by SJSU's Chief Diversity Officer Kathleen Wong on June 9 via a series of tweets. According to Wong, who leads the university's Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion [a misnomer if ever there was one], the training consists of a video of microaggression skits, filmed with the cooperation of a film class in SJSU's on-campus studio. "No portion of this fee is optional as students are required to participate in all aspects of the program."