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“Online Event: Next Steps Against DEI Discrimination”

This article was originally published on Legal Insurrection and is based upon the original research of CriticalRace.org.

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We’re excited about our next online event.

We’re joining up with the Claremont Institute and their bench of scholars to discuss the next front in the DEI wars. The Supreme Court’s decision earlier this summer won’t end discriminatory practices. Far from it. Professor Jacobson and I wrote about this in more detail — the ways these institutions are hiding and skirting around current rules and regulations.

So we’re looking forward to sharing our knowledge and foresight on this topic with our colleagues and are sure it will be a greatly informative event. As is always the case with our events, attendance is free, but registration is required in advance.

The official event stuff, including registration link:

The Supreme Court has rejected Affirmative Action, but the fight against racial discrimination in academia and elsewhere is not over.

Under the umbrella of ‘Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion’ the efforts to push racial preferences will continue behind closed doors and through subterfuge. This event will explore the next steps in the fight against DEI ideology, from panelists who have been on the front lines battling for equality and equal protection over ‘equity.’

ABOUT THE PANELISTS

William A. Jacobson is a Clinical Professor of Law at Cornell University, and President and Founder of Legal Insurrection and EqualProtect.org.

Ryan P. Williams is President of the Claremont Institute and publisher of both the Claremont Review of Books and American Mind.

Arthur Milikh is the Executive Director of the Claremont Institute’s Center for the American Way of Life in Washington, D.C.

Scott Yenor is a Center for the American Way of Life Washington Fellow and Senior Director of State Coalitions at the Claremont Institute.

To register, click here.

We look forward to answering your questions!

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