Georgetown Law students recently requested a designated place to “break down and cry” after a lecturer questioned why President Biden has vowed to nominate a Black woman to the Supreme Court. In a meeting with the school’s dean, Black students said the suspension of lecturer Ilya Shapiro was insufficient, and that “reparations should include a crying center”.
My comment: These are law students who might well, and quite soon, appear in a Court of Law to partake in the trial of a rapist, a murderer or other violent lawbreaker. How will the late students cope? Burst into tears at the cross-examination, or maybe faint when the details are revéaled. Poor didums! I suggest they chose the wrong course at Georgetown. They should change prospective careers – what about pre-school teaching? First year?