TACO U: Where College Kids Learn To Identify Taco Thought Crimes

Yes, we’ve sunken this low
The University of Missouri was once an institution of higher learning…

 Then President Tim Wolfe was compelled to crawl away with his tail between his legs for failing to oppose white privilege with sufficient exuberance, as cretinous lunatics like Melissa Click rose to prominence. Nowadays Mizzou students spend their time learning about the offensiveness of taco costumes:

In the wake of last semester’s race-related protests — and the poop swastika, and the hallucinated, nonexistent people wearing Ku Klux Klan hood  — officials at the University of Missouri are requiring all new students to undergo diversity training.

The mandatory indoctrination sessions, called [email protected],” started in the spring 2016 semester, reports Campus Reform.

Faculty members from departments including sociology and women’s and gender studies have conducted the sessions.

One presenter, Rebecca Martinez, displayed images of Katy Perry in a geisha outfit. Martinez, a women’s studies professor, then asked the assembled attendees: “Is this cultural appropriation?”

Martinez also showed audience members photos of people in Mexican-themed Halloween costumes including a taco costume. She then instructed that such garb is culturally offensive.

“That’s not even a Mexican taco!” Martinez said, according to Campus Reform. “It has lettuce in it!”

See how much you can learn at college? Students aren’t going into debt for the next 20 years for nothing.

Mizzou isn’t the only place students can go to learn about tacos:

Students at the University of Kentucky now have the distinct privilege of being able to get college credit for eating tacos. According to Munchies, the university is offering an undergraduate class called “Taco Literacy: Public Advocacy and Mexican Food in the US South” …

“This class allows our students to explore the issues of immigration, inequality, workers, intercultural communication, and literacy through the prism of food,” Steven Alvarez, an assistant professor from the school’s writing, rhetoric, and digital studies department told Munchies.

In addition to multiculti P.C. B.S., the coursework actually entails eating tacos.

No wonder applications to Mizzou are down. Students are probably applying to Kentucky instead.

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