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College diversity office releases 40-page speech code
« on: March 26, 2019, 11:01:50 AM »
 College diversity office releases 40-page speech code

Christian Schneider -   March 25, 2019

Amherst College president quickly rescinds document after publication

Amherst College’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion last week issued a 40-page glossary of terms officials said they had created to spell out a common agreement on how to define words and phrases often used at the small liberal arts campus.

The “Common Language Guide,” emailed to the roughly 1,900 undergrads at the private college, broke down pages of terms under categories such as “isms,” “race and ethnicity, “gender identity,” “class,” “politics and policy,” “global power and inequality” and “disability.”
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Re: College diversity office releases 40-page speech code
« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2019, 10:14:23 AM »
Meanwhile at Harvard:
Not One of 18 Candidates Endorsed by Harvard Diversity Coalition Identifies As Homosexual, Bisexual, or Transgender

March 29, 2019

An alumni group called The Coalition for a Diverse Harvard has endorsed 18 candidates for two boards that influence policies of Harvard University in hopes of implementing overtly race-conscious admissions and an ethnic studies program, but organizers lament the lack of homosexual, bisexual, or transgender candidates among them.

“We note that our research does not show that any of the 18 candidates identify publicly as LGBTQIA+ or have substantial experience in addressing LGBTQIA+ issues,” the coalition said in a written statement. “This is an issue that we and the Harvard Gender & Sexuality Caucus will raise with the Harvard Alumni Association.”   ...
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