AOC asked for it after liberal “political scientist” Norm Ornstein charged that the Texas senator would have been “first in line” to filibuster the Civil Rights Act and Jim Crow.
Cruz responded, noting that the Democratic Party filibustered the Civil Rights Act, while many more Republicans supported it
The eligibility requirements include that the applicant must, “Identify as a Student of Color or Native American” with a specified goal “to prepare students of color and Native Americans for graduate school.”
“Many of the people” hired instead of him were “less experienced” and didn’t have his academic credentials, Franco argued in papers.
Franco has the necessary state certificates to fill the principal and vice principal posts he sought, his lawyer told The Post.
Franco has two master’s degrees from St. Peter’s University and Rutgers University, and a bachelor’s degree in biology and psychology from Rutgers, according to his LinkedIn page.
Their sample size somehow had increased from 500 to over 1,000 respondents, the counties polled had decreased from 326 to 91, and the data was altered to the point of mathematical impossibility,"
“There’s a huge monetary incentive to falsify data and there’s no accountability," Pickett tells the Standard. "If you do this, the probability you’ll get caught is so, so low."
The state currently has an Amber Alert for missing children, a Silver Alert for missing elderly persons, and a Feather Alert for missing indigenous persons. The Amber Alert system is not race-segregated like the Ebony Alert would be.
Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) asked if anyone had been referred for criminal violations, given the large sum of money and the deception involved. Hashmi claimed, however, that those individuals were "no longer with the agency."
"Who?" Biggs shot back. "Have they been referred to prosecution? Criminal fraud requires a deliberate act, you got $10 million dollars that came in, from clients ... I want to know where the money is, when we're going to get it back, and I want to know who is going to be held accountable."
Simply attempting to set an agenda for meetings caused my colleagues to accuse me of “whitespeaking,” “whitesplaining,” and reinforcing “white supremacy”—accusations I had never faced before. I was initially baffled, but as I attended workshops led by my officemates and promoted by my supervising dean, I repeatedly encountered a presentation slide titled “Characteristics of White-Supremacy Culture” that denounced qualities like “sense of urgency” and “worship of the written word.” Written meeting agendas apparently checked both boxes.
The bigger problem is "race-based discrimination and sex-based discrimination are so widespread and systemic in higher education that new discriminatory programs, events, scholarships, quotas ... are being introduced all the time," meaning few realize they are illegal or even consider getting "legal clearance" from campus authorities,
cross-posted from: https://exploding-heads.com/post/85948
> For those who aren't up on the thesaurus of gender identity politics, 'cis' is short for 'cisgender' - or people whose 'gender identity matches their sex assigned at birth' - or 99% of the population.
cross-posted from: https://exploding-heads.com/post/85393
> “I’m sick of everyone denying the enormous progress we’ve made in this country acting like it’s 1930,” Montzka said. “We used to have a race-based system. We got rid of it and now you’re all trying to bring it back.”
> “This curriculum will not help kids succeed All it does is remove any reason to try. And I repeat that – remove any reason to try,” she said.
The AG’s office makes it clear that they’re primarily interested in targeting white people. Indeed, his office rejected the term “domestic terrorist” because it was too “triggering” to minority communities. And it came from an AG Office report after it tasked a group of stakeholders to explore violent domestic extremism.