DIE - Diversity, Inclusion, Equity

Hijinx

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She is making $900.000 dollars a year as a Professor.

She complains she was removed because of race, Well race is how she got the job so why shouldn't she be removed for the same reason.
LOL She was removed because she is a habitual plagiarizer, and she made idiotic racist statements before Congress
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member


Claudine Gay Betrayed the American Values of My Black Elders to Exploit White Guilt



We've made diversity our most prized virtue, believing that if we lift it high enough, we can hide the stink of America's racist past. We wanted that first black female president of Harvard because we believed that a spectacle of race, rather than a monumental achievement of merit, would show the goodness of our country.

How desperate were we for racial innocence? So desperate that we betrayed the American principles that enabled countless blacks to reach a place in life that was an improvement upon the world they were born into! It is a sad reflection of America that we elevate the Claudine Gays of this world and not the meritorious women and men I grew up admiring.

But there is a silver-lining here: The trial of Gay in the public eye exposed the racial hypocrites and hypocrisies of our time unlike anything before.

For decades, black and white leftists have gaslit us, telling us repeatedly that our nation is systemically racist. They created books, articles, TV shows, studies, and films to overwhelm us with poetic truths. When we objected, they ignored our facts and instead subjected many working Americans to racial trainings of every kind. They lied to us that this was the difficult work, the difficult conversation that needed to be had in the name of diversity, equity and inclusion.
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member


But the usual suspects have all come out to defend Gay: Nikole Hannah-Jones, Marc Lamont Hill, Mara Gay, Ibram X. Kendi, and Rep. Jamaal Bowman have all come forward to make it clear this is about toppling a powerful black woman. Why do they all think an academic fraud should be leading Harvard and that plagiarism is no big deal?

The Atlantic's Jemele Hill joins them and reports that it was never proven that Gay plagiarized.











 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member

NYT's Mara Gay Says 'You Can Hear and See the Racism' In the 'Attacks' on Claudine Gay




Remember New York Times editorial board member Mara Gay? She's the woman who left the Manhattan bubble and found the "dozens of American flags" she saw on display on Long Island "just disturbing."

Guess what — she's really disturbed again. Gay joined MSNBC to give her two cents on the resignation of Claudine Gay from Harvard over mounting revelations of plagiarism, or as her own paper called it, "duplicative language." She says this is an attack on academic freedom, which apparently includes the freedom to lift passages from other people's works and not attribute them. As we reported, former Vox writer David Roberts said that conservatives were "smearing black scholarship."











 

Hijinx

Well-Known Member
How smart do you have to be to be the President of any academic institution.?
What vast and earth shattering decisions have to be made in order for this person to earn a Million dollars a year in salary?
As Red Buttons would say:
Einstein, who helped invent the Atomic Bomb didn't earn a Million dollars a year.
Sully who landed an airplane in the Middle of the Hudson didn't earn a million dollars a year.
Margaret Sanger who said the easiest way to stop blacks from being born is to abort them Didn't make a Million bucks a year.
Martin Luther King, who said J. Edgar is out to get me, Didn't make a million dollars a year.
George Floyd, who said I can't breathe, didn't make a million dollars a year.
Rodney King who said, Why can't we all get along, didn't make a million dollars a year.
Web Hubbell who said That's my girl, didn't make a million dollars a year.
 

herb749

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NYT's Mara Gay Says 'You Can Hear and See the Racism' In the 'Attacks' on Claudine Gay




Remember New York Times editorial board member Mara Gay? She's the woman who left the Manhattan bubble and found the "dozens of American flags" she saw on display on Long Island "just disturbing."

Guess what — she's really disturbed again. Gay joined MSNBC to give her two cents on the resignation of Claudine Gay from Harvard over mounting revelations of plagiarism, or as her own paper called it, "duplicative language." She says this is an attack on academic freedom, which apparently includes the freedom to lift passages from other people's works and not attribute them. As we reported, former Vox writer David Roberts said that conservatives were "smearing black scholarship."














These people are seeing their money making scam go down the drain .
 

Kyle

ULTRA-F###ING-MAGA!
PREMO Member
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GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
🔥 The Claudine Gay story continued hogging the media spotlight yesterday, now with race-industry heavyweights ponderously weighing in, heavyweights like Ibrahim X. Kendi (if that’s his real name) who added nuance and intellectual heft to the conversation by explaining Gay actually lost her position because racism! Gay herself doubled-down in a dull, repetitive New York Times op-ed, piling on even more racial grievances than were expressed in her resignation letter.

Meanwhile, anti-DEI warrior Christopher Rufo published an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal yesterday headlined, “How We Squeezed Harvard to Push Claudine Gay Out.” At one point in his op-ed, Rufo delightfully described Claudine Gay as the apotheosis of DEI bureaucracy. Like me, Rufo sees much progress on the culture war’s front lines (lightly-edited for brevity):

First, public support for DEI has cratered. Following the outpouring of sympathy on elite campuses for Hamas, many Americans—including many center-left liberals—began to question the sweet-sounding euphemisms of DEI and examine what they mean in practice.

Second, the political right has learned how to fight more effectively. Any activist campaign has three points of leverage: reputational, financial and political. Journalists applied reputational pressure, exposing Gay’s alleged plagiarism and Harvard’s scandalous effort to cover it up. Donors, led by hedge-fund manager Bill Ackman, applied financial pressure, withholding contributions. And Congress applied political pressure, exposing Gay’s equivocations on antisemitism.

The nation’s leading university had subordinated veritas to politics, compromising its mission. The only choice was to force Ms. Gay to step down.


Rufo recognizes progress not just in Gay’s long-overdue removal, but across the conservative movement:

Conservatives have demonstrated an increasing sophistication in their successful campaigns against national brands such as Disney, Target, Bud Light and now Harvard. Legislators in Florida, Texas and other states have recently passed laws abolishing DEI in their state universities. Professors across the political spectrum are working on efforts to depoliticize academic administration, rebalance faculty politics, and restore truth as the guiding principle of American universities, including at Harvard.


Like me, Rufo apparently rejects the Superman theory of politics and understands that, having slept at our posts for so long and having allowed the enemy to comfortably nestle inside the camp, we face an extended battle, less of a singular battle and more of a series of intimate surgeries and recoveries. As Rufo put it:

If America is to reform its academic institutions, the symbolic fight over Harvard’s presidency must evolve into a deeper institutional fight. The Italian theorist Antonio Gramsci called this approach the “war of position,” a grueling form of trench warfare in which each concept, structure and institution must be challenged to change the culture.


But that wasn’t all.




 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
🔥 The Claudine Gay story continued hogging the media spotlight yesterday, now with race-industry heavyweights ponderously weighing in, heavyweights like Ibrahim X. Kendi (if that’s his real name) who added nuance and intellectual heft to the conversation by explaining Gay actually lost her position because racism! Gay herself doubled-down in a dull, repetitive New York Times op-ed, piling on even more racial grievances than were expressed in her resignation letter.



Attorney for Carol Swain Sends Letter to Harvard Corporation Demanding Answers for Plagiarism by Disgraced President



The Tennessee Star obtained the letter written by an attorney representing Dr. Carol M. Swain, sent on Wednesday to the Harvard Corporation, including Interim President Alan Garber and Senior Fellow Penny Pritzker, demanding answers about what Swain claims is plagiarism of her work by outgoing President Claudine Gay.

The letter revealed Swain requires answers about what Harvard considers “duplicative language,” which is what the university has acknowledged Gay committed in several of her academic works.

Writer and activist Christopher Rufo in December raised allegations that the former Harvard president plagiarized material from Swain’s work for her 1997 Ph.D. thesis. Swain is a former political science professor at Vanderbilt and a graduate of both the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and Yale University.

Swain expects Harvard explain the difference between “duplicative language” and “verbatim copying” without attribution, whether the institution requires quotation marks to be used for “the identical replication of another author’s language,” and when it is appropriate to retroactively edit an academic text to include quotation marks around another author’s language.

In the letter, the lawyers wrote that Swain also demands Harvard declare whether Gay’s dissertation, which Swain alleges included material plagiarized from her book Black Faces, Black Interests, meets the Harvard University Guidelines for PhD Dissertation from 1997.

“How many instances of duplicative language in a scholarly work would constitute plagiarism?” The attorneys queried, “Would five instances of duplicative language constitute plagiarism? Would 50?”
 

stgislander

Well-Known Member
PREMO Member

Attorney for Carol Swain Sends Letter to Harvard Corporation Demanding Answers for Plagiarism by Disgraced President



The Tennessee Star obtained the letter written by an attorney representing Dr. Carol M. Swain, sent on Wednesday to the Harvard Corporation, including Interim President Alan Garber and Senior Fellow Penny Pritzker, demanding answers about what Swain claims is plagiarism of her work by outgoing President Claudine Gay.

The letter revealed Swain requires answers about what Harvard considers “duplicative language,” which is what the university has acknowledged Gay committed in several of her academic works.

Writer and activist Christopher Rufo in December raised allegations that the former Harvard president plagiarized material from Swain’s work for her 1997 Ph.D. thesis. Swain is a former political science professor at Vanderbilt and a graduate of both the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and Yale University.

Swain expects Harvard explain the difference between “duplicative language” and “verbatim copying” without attribution, whether the institution requires quotation marks to be used for “the identical replication of another author’s language,” and when it is appropriate to retroactively edit an academic text to include quotation marks around another author’s language.

In the letter, the lawyers wrote that Swain also demands Harvard declare whether Gay’s dissertation, which Swain alleges included material plagiarized from her book Black Faces, Black Interests, meets the Harvard University Guidelines for PhD Dissertation from 1997.

“How many instances of duplicative language in a scholarly work would constitute plagiarism?” The attorneys queried, “Would five instances of duplicative language constitute plagiarism? Would 50?”
Another black woman can make big trouble for Haavaad.
 
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