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The University of Vermont just concluded a three-day retreat for students who "identify as white" so they could confront their white privilege.

The "Examining White Privilege Retreat" posed questions such as "What does it mean to be white?" and "How does whiteness impact you?" and "What action steps can you take individually to interrupt racism?"

The program description says that students taking part in the retreat also had the opportunity to "conceptualize and articulate whiteness from a personal and systematic lens," "recognize and understand white privilege from an individual experience and build a community of dialogue" and "support in taking action against racism."

The taxpayer-funded university has held the retreat before, as the program website features testimonials from students.

Watch Kennedy and guests Jimmy Failla, Gavin McInnes and Guy Benson discuss in the clip above.


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