Whether what happened was right or wrong isn’t the point. It’s the fact that people are so offended by this that they feel therapy is the only thing that will help them through it. If you see something that is offensive or makes you or others uncomfortable, step up and address it!
Bowdoin College, a private liberal arts college in Maine, has offered counseling to students who felt “injured and affected” by a group of classmates who attended a Tequila-themed birthday party on campus wearing miniature sombreros.
Michelle Kruk, a senior and vice president of student government, told the paper “It’s not about tequila or sombreros.”
“It’s about casual racial and ethnic stereotyping and cultural insensitivity at a school that has seen far too many examples of both.”
The General Assembly of Bowdoin students issued a “statement of solidarity to stand by all students who were affected by the ‘tequila’ party”. The General Assembly recommended that the administration acknowledge the “deep hurt” caused by the event, and set up a “safe space” for those affected.
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