Biden Administration Gave $2M to University’s ‘Microaggression Monitoring’ Efforts

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The Biden Administration has given millions of taxpayer dollars to a university’s efforts to study the effects of so-called “microaggressions” on minorities who claim to be offended by everything.

According to the Washington Free Beacon, Biden’s National Institutes of Health (NIH) has provided the funding for a $2.2 million program at the University of Miami since September of 2021. The study has focused on the effects of alleged “microaggressions,” and specifically their impact on “black cisgender queer women” who are suffering from the disease of HIV.

The program in question is formally titled “Monitoring Microaggressions and Adversities to Generate Interventions for Change.” According to the grant listing from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the survey is attempting to explain how “comments, jokes, and behaviors that are demeaning to a marginalized group” allegedly have an impact on health.

Black women with HIV and who identify as “queer,” the grant says, “live at the …

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