DEI initiatives have gone viral across the country, but Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has clearly had enough.
On June 6th of this year, Abbott signed a bill that forbade DEI offices at public universities and colleges across the state.
Despite the executive order, however, many colleges and universities have decided to continue hiring “based on ideological conformity and racial preference,” says Chad Prather.
One of the universities leading the charge is Texas A&M.
According to a recently published Blaze article, “Texas A&M’s interim president, General Mark A. Welsh, is openly defying the order” and has “signaled to his faculty that DEI business can be conducted as usual.”
While many institutions across the nation find loopholes to dodge bans on DEI initiatives, affirmative action, and teaching CRT, Texas A&M University isn’t even attempting to hide its open defiance of Abbott’s orders.
Its website of job listings is proof.
“An IT manager must be champion of ‘workplace diversity and inclusiveness,’” Chad reads. “A senior graduate student specialist must ‘work to enhance the diversity of the students,'” and the list goes on and on. However,…
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