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SHEPHERD: Ryerson University student union torn apart by social justice kerfuffle

True North's Lindsay Shepherd explains how this story is an example of social justice ideology tearing people apart.

As of last week, four Ryerson University Student Union (RSU) executives were facing impeachment, and one executive resigned over an incident involving a non-indigenous student performing the song “Colors of the Wind” from the Disney film Pocahontas at a campus event.

True North’s Lindsay Shepherd explains how this story is an example of social justice ideology tearing people apart, destroying relationships, and causing workplaces to break down.

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