A photograph exhibiting an activist giving a presentation relating to “right-handed privilege” on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has gone viral on social media. 

The picture, shared on the Twitter account of Libs of Tik Tok on Tuesday, has been appreciated 13,600 occasions and retweeted over 2,500 occasions as of Thursday morning to associate with over 87,000 likes on Instagram. 

CHAPEL HILL, NC - AUGUST 18: A person puts on a mask outside the closed Wilson Library at the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on August 18, 2020 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The school halted in-person classes and reverted back to online courses after a rise in the number of COVID-19 cases over the past week. (Photo by Melissa Sue Gerrits/Getty Images)

CHAPEL HILL, NC – AUGUST 18: An individual places on a masks outdoors the closed Wilson Library on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on August 18, 2020 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The faculty halted in-person lessons and reverted again to on-line programs after an increase within the variety of COVID-19 instances over the previous week. (Photo by Melissa Sue Gerrits/Getty Images)

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Several college students on the college told Newsweek that the presentation did happen and was structured round the concept right-handed individuals possess an inherent privilege and profit over left-handed individuals. 

The college students mentioned that the presentation was a part of a compulsory program performed by the college’s Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life.

The presentation was given by Christina Parlee, an activist and tutorial designer for the corporate Social Responsibility Speaks, on October 18.

CHAPEL HILL, NC - AUGUST 18: Students walk through the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on August 18, 2020 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The school halted in-person classes and reverted back to online courses after a rise in the number of COVID-19 cases over the past week. (Photo by Melissa Sue Gerrits/Getty Images)

CHAPEL HILL, NC – AUGUST 18: Students stroll by way of the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on August 18, 2020 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The faculty halted in-person lessons and reverted again to on-line programs after an increase within the variety of COVID-19 instances over the previous week. (Photo by Melissa Sue Gerrits/Getty Images)

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Parle referenced a paper by psychologist Dr. Steven Jones who’s the CEO of a consulting agency that focuses on variety and organizational effectiveness. The paper is titled “The Right Hand of Privilege.”

“We shake with our right hands. We pledge with our right hand. We salute with our right hand,” the paper states.  “We take legal and governmental oaths with our right hand. School desks are set up for right-handed people.”

The paper additionally discusses the “disadvantages” of being left-handed. 

“Even though being left-handed has some positive aspects, most left-handed people have negative experiences associated with their dominant hand,” the paper explains. “We have heard stories of people having their hands painfully tied behind their back so they could learn to use their right hand.”

CHAPEL HILL, NC - AUGUST 18: A student walks through the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on August 18, 2020 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The school halted in-person classes and reverted back to online courses after a rise in the number of COVID-19 cases over the past week. (Photo by Melissa Sue Gerrits/Getty Images)

CHAPEL HILL, NC – AUGUST 18: A pupil walks by way of the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on August 18, 2020 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The faculty halted in-person lessons and reverted again to on-line programs after an increase within the variety of COVID-19 instances over the previous week. (Photo by Melissa Sue Gerrits/Getty Images)

Cassie Hughes Thomas, assistant director of Fraternity and Sorority Life at UNC, instructed Newsweek that “Fraternity and Sorority Life is hosting an ongoing educational programming series based on eight dimensions of wellness, which range from financial skills to career building.” Hughes additionally confirmed that Parle was the speaker.

Both Parle and UNC-Chapel Hill didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark from Fox News.