If you are white and feel very guilty about it, the University of Minnesota holds the answer to your distress. According to The College Fix, “the University of Minnesota’s School of Social work hosted a virtual lecture recently that aimed to teach white people about their white supremacy and how to counteract it by using a ’12 step’ program mirrored after the one used by people in Alcoholics Anonymous.

With a congresswoman like Ilhan Omar it’s no shock the University feels compelled to treat white people like those with a disease such as alcoholism. “Recovery from White conditioning” was a two-hour lecture that featured one of their own alumnus, therapist Cristina Combs. Combs created the 12-step program “after years of struggling to navigate the role and presence of whiteness in her personal, academic, and professional journeys.”

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