UNC needs to replace DEI with classical virtues

UNC needs to replace DEI with classical virtues


The board of trustees of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill made the right decision when it voted Monday to shift all of its funding to diversity, equity, and inclusion programs to campus police.

This divestment from DEI is one of many that public universities in Republican-controlled states have done and is a major step forward in addressing the ideological monolith that is higher education while also reining in administrative bloat.

But eliminating DEI is not enough. The purpose of the DEI initiative is to institutionalize a sort of ethical and moral framework through which the college or university will operate. Students are expected to behave in a DEI-friendly way, and prospective professors and employees must submit statements affirming their commitment to DEI. Effectively,

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