So I'm totally biased, because I volunteer for a nonprofit that has a multigenerational arts education program. If I were you, I would try some redirection and focus on how multigenerational education programs benefit ALL generations, young and old alike. My area has a lot of transplants, from other parts of the country and from across the globe, and kids benefit greatly from the learning they get from older folks, since a biological grandparent may not live nearby. I mean, it is all for the children, right, and who doesn't benefit by having smart, interested adults learning and growing with them? And many kids learn appropriate behavior from interaction with adults, not other kids. I understand it may be a worthless endeavor, but I will tell you that we've had some challenges getting funding because of the very bias she is showing. You could think of it as practicing nonprofit advocacy.
I would also seriously consider reporting her inappropriate language to someone higher up, like the appropriate dean's office.