The University of Arizona is paying students $10 per hour to assume the responsibilities of “Social Justice Advocates.”

This was Mizzou but same state of mind.

See, this the sort of thing that I was talking about in a previous video on the #alumnistrike. I’ll bet many Arizona taxpayers wouldn’t be inclined to fund “social justice” indoctrination. (I know the “social justice” types. I grew up with them and had to tolerate them in college.)

Is this an appropriate use of taxpayer money? Why not just get the junior chapter of the Symbionese Liberation Army to come in and berate students for free?

Also $10/hour isn’t even close to a living wage. Fight for 15!!!

(From Campus Reform)

Successful applicants will be expected to “report any bias incidents or claims to appropriate Residence Life staff” in addition to hosting bi-semesterly “Real Talks” with dorm residents.

“The position also aims to increase understanding of one’s own self through critical reflection of power and privilege, identity and intersectionality, systems of socialization, cultural competency, and allyship as they pertain to the acknowledgement, understanding, and acceptance of differences,” the job description elaborates, noting that the ultimate goal of the position is to “increase a student staff member’s ability to openly lead conversations, discuss differences, and confront diversely insensitive behavior.”

Notably, SJAs are paid an hourly rate of $10, and are expected to work an average of 15 hours per week, meaning students who fill the position can expect to make about $150 per week for promoting “inclusive communities through positive interactions.”

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And for those who get the reference…