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Millennial Group Highlights Corporate Welfare In Maryland

In the race to secure the location of Amazon’s second headquarters, cities, counties and states continue to position themselves to be the most attractive and viable host to one of the country’s largest corporations. The location of “Amazon HQ2” is still yet to be determined, …

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Labor Union Protests Alleged Wage Gap between Races, but Offers No Sources

A labor union claimed that the University of California-Berkeley paid their white employees more than their African-American employees, and organized a protest that blocked traffic. Students, labor union activists and professors participated in the demonstration organized by the American Federation of State, County and Municipal …

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UT-Austin Antifa “Disciplines” Black Sociologist

When there are no conservatives available, the Left turns on its own. “An Antifa group at the University of Texas at Austin is calling for ‘revolutionary violence’ against assistant professor Robert L. Reece after he wrote a column running afoul of feminist dogma,” Matthew Vadum …

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Becoming a Vegan can Help the Fight Against Racism, Lecturer Claimed

At Cornell University, a Columbia University adjunct lecturer claimed that by going vegan, people can start the fight against racism directed toward non-white people. The lecture was given by Christopher-Sebastian McJetters in late February 2018. By going vegan, or in other words, abstaining from eating animal …

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Dorm Hall Display at Santa Clara University Calls on Students to ‘S-Know Your Whiteness”

Santa Clara University had a display in one of their dorm halls that warns white students to know how to “understand your privilege” and to use this “privilege” to call out racial microaggressions. The use of “privilege” refers to the academic term of “white privilege,” …

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The Wild Colonial Boy

In academia defending colonialism in any way at all can be hazardous to your career. “A professor at Portland State University is under investigation by the institution’s diversity office after he wrote an article about the benefits of colonialism, prompting demands for his firing and …

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University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Looking to Hire Psychologists to Help Students Cope with Microaggressions

University of Wisconsin-La Crosse is looking to hire psychologists who can help minority students who suffer from “microaggressions” and “bias incidents” at the university. The psychologist will focus on the “priority in addressing the mental health needs of students of color.” Additionally, the new hire …

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Student Activists Petition to Bar Selling of Sabra Hummus over Alleged Israeli Support

Pro-Palestinian student activists at Swarthmore want the college to stop selling Sabra-branded hummus because they accuse the parent company of Sabra of supporting an Israeli military brigade with care packages. The parent company of Sabra is the Strauss Group, which the activists allege the Strauss …

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Discrimination At Central Connecticut State University

Dissidents at state universities are becoming as hard to find as global warming but they are there. One who befriended us, Jay Bergman, an historian at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU), recently examined the 823-page affirmative action plan at CCSU and found it wanting, to …

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Confucius Institute Loses Base At Texas A & M

Texas A & M has backed away from its relationship with the Confucius Institute when the chancellor responded to concerns from a pair of state legislators–one Democrat and one Republican–that the Institutes more likely follow the model of academic freedom in China, from whence they …

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