In light of antisemitic protests, let the DEI defunding commence

In light of antisemitic protests, let the DEI defunding commence


The widespread antisemitic protests on college campuses should be the tipping point for universities to finally cut off the diversity, equity, and inclusion programs fueling the intersectional hatred on display.

The Board of Trustees for the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, has approved moving $2.3 million out of DEI spending in the 2024-25 budget to spend on public safety instead. Under pressure from Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R-VA), Virginia Commonwealth University and George Mason University are scrapping plans to force undergraduates to take DEI-oriented classes.

These are all good first steps, as were the steps taken by several GOP-run states to ban DEI bureaucracies at public universities. The hate spewing from these protests flows from both the ideology pushed by DEI programs and from the

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