Cambridge University To Mark ‘Trigger Warnings’ On Classic Children’s Books That They Claim To Be ‘Offensive’ 


Cambridge University to mark “trigger warnings” on classic children’s books for ‘offensive’ depictions of slavery and racism.

The university that is over 800 years old is reported to be flagging ‘harmful content relating to slavery, colonialism and racism,’ with well over 10,000 books that will apparently be placed under review, according to a Daily Mail report.

The project, which was reported to have been paid for by an £80,000 grant will allegedly expose authors who have been in the university’s opinion as “offensive to historically enslaved, colonized or denigrated people.”

Some of the more notable authors who have already been victim to this bizarre scheme include:

Dr. Seuss for overt Blackface and other cultural insensitivities.

Laura Ingalls Wiler who wrote ‘Little House on the Prairie,’ for stereotypical depictions of Native Americans.

‘Wonderful Wizard of Oz’ author L. Frank Baum for white supremacy in his short story of Bandit Jim Crow.

It’s unclear which books will become victim to this woke nonsense; however, it’s reported that over 10,000 children’s books will become under scrutiny and most likely be flagged like the books listed above.

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