The University of Wisconsin-Madison has pledged to hire more counselors in the wake of students claiming the state’s flagship university is fraught with microaggressions and racial bias.

“I’m accelerating the hiring of additional student support counseling services … for student mental health issues related to diversity and climate,” Chancellor Rebecca Blank recentlyannounced to the campus community. Incoming freshmen will also receive some sort of “cultural competency” training under new diversity initiatives detailed by Blank on March 15.

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WFA president Julaine Appling responds, “I think this report should cause Christian parents who are looking at colleges for their kids to think again if they are considering one of Wisconsin’s UW system campuses. The hand writing is on the wall. Traditional or Christian beliefs are not going to be tolerated. And those espousing them won’t be tolerated either. And all this on taxpayer money.”

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