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University Promotes 'Emotional First-Aid Kits' for Students

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By    |   Monday, 19 Sep 2016 03:48 PM

In a satirical attempt to "protect" students from "microagressions," Project Veritas filmmaker James O'Keefe approached an assistant professor at the University of Houston for support to provide students with an "emotional first-aid kit" containing a baby blanket, candy, earplugs and Hershey's Kisses, among other things.

O'Keefe, through a video, takes on the overly sensitive college policies and professors who are pampering students on campuses across the country.

According to The Daily Caller, O'Keefe went undercover in late August as a member of the "99.9 percent" group, which was established for students who are emotionally disturbed by opinions which differ from their own or struggle with being confronted with any reality that contrasts with their world view.

O'Keefe approached University of Houston psychology department adviser Bobbie Sue Schindler, who thought it was such a good idea that she offered to help assemble them.

"The stress of school gets to them. Like a bad grade, a missed class, being late, a microaggression, uhh whatever," Schindler told O'Keefe about the emotional distress University of Houston students face.

This video is the first in a series where Project Veritas introduces yet a new angle on oversensitivity on campuses gone wild.

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In a satirical attempt to "protect" students from "microagressions," Project Veritas filmmaker James O'Keefe approached an assistant professor at the University of Houston for support to provide students with an "emotional first-aid kit" containing a baby blanket, candy, earplugs...
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