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'Left behind' from Apocalypse: Choose 8 'most deserving' to save - WND
Now even the so-called “end of the world” is being dragged into America’s diversity wars, as a major university is providing both students and faculty an odd exercise.
The firstname.lastname@example.org" style="color: rgb(0, 149, 221); text-decoration-line: none;">University of Houston is recommending everyone to take part in an activity called “Whom to Leave Behind” in the impending Apocalypse.
In the exercise, a dozen people of varied races, sex and other biographical information are listed, but only the eight “most deserving” are to be selected as worthy to be saved from the cataclysm spoken of in the Bible’s Book of Revelation.
The instructions state:
“The twelve persons listed below have been selected as passengers on a space ship for a flight to another planet because tomorrow the planet Earth is doomed for destruction. Due to changes in space limitations, it has now been determined that only eight persons may go. Any eight qualify. Your task is to select the Eight (8) passengers who will make the trip.
“On your own, take approximately 5 minutes and rank order of the passengers from one to twelve based on those who you feel are most deserving to make the trip with one being most deserving and twelve being least deserving. Next, the entire group will come together and decides as a group the eight (8) passengers who will make the trip.”
The dozen on the original passenger list include:
The exercise is just one of many the university is offering.
Another “icebreaker,” as the school calls it, is the “Privilege Walk,” where students and faculty stand in a straight line, and then take a single step forward or backward upon hearing a statement to determine if a person is privileged or disadvantaged.
Some of the statements include:
Some examples from the University of Houston’s “Privilege Walk” game
The University of Houston features another exercise titled “The Person I Least Want to Be,” where students are asked to select the person they would least wish to be from a list of imaginary profiles. Some of the choices are:
The game is designed “to stimulate small and large group discussion about what it means to be in a minority group” as well as “build empathy for students who may be seen as at a disadvantage academically, socially or otherwise.”
Editor’s note: The University of Houston can be email@example.com" style="color: rgb(0, 149, 221); text-decoration-line: none;">contacted here.
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