I was only made aware this week that a task force known as the Bias Incident Response Team existed at Dartmouth. According to its website, the response team is committed to advancing the “Principles of Community.” It serves as both an investigator and support network after reported incidents of bias. Now that this task force has come to my attention, I have to report an incident of bias that happens year after year, unreported. Since the response team’s report form asks me to describe the offender first, I will do that now: the Dartmouth admissions application.CLICK TO VIEW THE SOURCE MATERIAL
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