When people from historically privileged groups are facing censorship, that doesn't mean people in historically marginalized groups are actually being empowered.
A Texas judge ordered that the airline submit to training on the rights of religious believers after losing a religious discrimination lawsuit.
It may be part of a larger reassessment of subjecting all areas of life to ideological tests.
Political appointees should have no role in faculty hiring decisions.
Teachers are citing West Virginia v. Barnette to protect their right not to be compelled to say something they disagree with.
"We are adamant that the hiring committee...not extend a job offer to Dr. Yoel Inbar," reads the petition.
A preliminary assessment of today's decisions. The majority rightly struck a blow against the use of racial preferences for purposes of advancing "diversity" in education. But there are some flaws in its reasoning.
Affirmative action becomes harder to defend when it entails discrimination against a variety of racial and ethnic minority groups.
The Little Mermaid was a dull exercise in box-checking. Spider-Verse uses its diverse cast as an opportunity for narrative delights.
Florida's H.B. 999 claims to support "viewpoint diversity" and "intellectual rigor." It does just the opposite.
Vanderbilt DEI Administrators in Trouble for Using ChatGPT To Write a Statement About Michigan Mass Shooting
But DEI administrators' statements have always been pointless and generic
A rogues’ gallery of institutions that anybody with an independent mind should skip.
Data show that students admitted by lottery to San Francisco's Lowell High School are academically faring much worse than their peers.
Prominent social psychologist and NYU professor calls the requirement “explicitly ideological.”
More universities than ever are now requiring lengthy DEI statements from job applicants. Is that good for academic freedom?
New York City pressures Wall Street banks to report "self-identified gender, race and/or ethnicity of individual directors."
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Forget Robin DiAngelo, Ibram X. Kendi, and The 1619 Project. Start with ending the drug war, says the Columbia University linguist.
Marvel's latest superhero epic is a boring movie about boring people.
'Equity,' 'Multiculturalism,' and 'Racial Prejudice' Among Concepts That Could Be Banned in Schools by Wisconsin Bill
A bill touted as banning "critical race theory" in schools would actually ban a huge array of speech around culture, race, and sex, its sponsor says.
Forget Robin DiAngelo and White Fragility. Theory of Enchantment uses popular culture to make workplaces more inclusive and welcoming.
No, it’s not an attempt to monitor faculty and student views. It’s an attempt to make sure they’re allowed to express them.
Regardless of what one thinks about CRT, legislators should not try to suppress ideas in academia
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A free online conference sponsored by the LeFrak Forum on Science, Reason, and Modern Democracy at Michigan State University.
There’s no reason to fight over the content of your kids’ lessons when you can choose your own.
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They'll probably do more to lock out indie filmmakers than to advance real inclusion.
The three-day retreat will help 44 top officials "come to grips with the critical questions of racism and inclusion."
National Nuclear Lab's Employees Sent to Seminar That Claimed 'Rugged Individualism' and 'Hard Work' Are 'White Male Culture'
The seminar for Sandia Labs executives also involved writing apology letters to marginalized people.
"Well-intentioned efforts to celebrate diversity may in fact reinforce racial stereotyping," say two Carleton College faculty.
The university's litmus test is a lawsuit waiting to happen.
"Controlled choice" is supposed to fix inequality in New York public schools. It might make everything worse.
"It was the year 2019, and everybody was finally equal."
These schools are seriously committed to civil and diverse debate.
Kosoko Jackson's A Place for Wolves isn't great, but it didn't deserve to be canceled.
He Was Part of a Twitter Mob That Attacked Young Adult Novelists. Then It Turned on Him. Now His Book Is Canceled.
Kosoko Jackson, a gay black author writing about a gay black protagonist, gets taken down by the YA Twitterati.
No one wants to consider if casually blowing things up is a good idea in the first place.
Recent evidence suggests it actually reduces it.