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White Fragility Training and Freedom of Belief

White Fragility Training and Freedom of Belief

Total60SharesI don’t believe what you believe, and I don’t have to. I defend your right to hold, express and live by your own belief system, but you have no right to impose any of it on me.This statement is the essence of secularism and it is absolutely central to liberal democracy. In a secular, liberal democracy, we mandate tolerance of a plurality of worldviews and we encourage a positive attitude to diversity of thought as productive of greater understanding and broader knowledge. Restrictions on what others may believe, say and do are reserved for behaviours that directly harm other...

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Why Your Organization Should Not Do Diversity Training

Why Your Organization Should Not Do Diversity Training

Total91SharesIf employers, college presidents, government administrators, military commanders, and other institutional and organizational officials want to conduct diversity training, including diversity training rooted in and other aspects of Theory, that’s their business. We live in a free country (), and as such, they should be free to choose the kind of training that they want to subject their employees and members to—at least so long as they’re not doing so on a publicly accountable dime or engaging in illegal acts like discrimination (best of luck implementing Critical Race Theory or...

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The University as the Woke Mission Field: A Dissident Women's Studies Ph.D. Speaks Out

The University as the Woke Mission Field: A Dissident Women's Studies Ph.D. Speaks Out

Total3KSharesI have a Ph.D. in Women’s Studies, but I’m not woke anymore. I write under a pseudonym because, if my colleagues were to find out about my criticisms of this field, I would be unable to find any employment in academia. That someone who critiques the axioms of a field of study feels compelled to write under an assumed name tells you everything you need to know about the authoritarianism underpinning this ideology. I no longer believe that the fundamental ideas of Women’s Studies, and of Critical Social Justice more generally, describe reality; they are at best partial...

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