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Study: To Get Hired At UT Austin, Faculty Must Prove Allegiance To Racism

Years of left-wing activists pushing racist divisive philosophies under guise “diversity, equity, and inclusion” in higher education, a recent case study of the University of Texas at Austin exposes DEI initiatives’ toxicity.

In a Report Last week, appropriately titled “Comprehensive Restructuring,” According to the National Association of Scholars, the school’s push for DEI has fundamentally restructured itself. With a “clear ideological agenda,” Initiatives for DEI “call for a vast overhaul of curriculum and instruction” This includes making Marxist groupthink a requirement for faculty jobs and growing the bureaucratic behemoth.

“To many, the term ‘diversity, equity, and inclusion’ might sound like a benign commitment to fairness,” John Sailer was the report’s author. “The DEI initiatives at UT Austin, however, frequently espouse controversial political and social views, whether through mandatory training sessions, book groups and administrator-endorsed reading lists, or curriculum guidelines.”

Sailer observed how “bureaucratic language” distracts observers from the reality of UT Austin’s DEI rot, which is ironically anything but diverse, equitable, or inclusive. The report found that when you strip away the fancy buzzwords, academia’s obsession with skin color, sex, sexual attraction, and commitment to the left-wing hivemind have affected all areas of campus life and fields of study, summed up by curricula and faculty.


Take a look at the curriculum offered by the Dell Medical School. UT Austin has added a new medical school in the summer 2021. “Health Equity” To the list of Core competencies at its medical school. UT Austin says that medical students must:

Demonstrate a deep understanding of the causes of health inequalities. This includes how socialization, belief systems, values, and public policy can create health inequalities among certain populations.

Students must also participate in the medical school’s activities. “intentional disruptive action” To “act against and educate on systems that perpetuate health injustice and health inequities.”

Real-world hospitals are already feeling the benefits of DEI during medical school. The so-called DEI effect can be seen in hospitals such as the one mentioned above. “health equity,” It is the practice of racial discrimination in healthcare that is grounded in critical race theory. Under Oregon’s Medicaid, for example, which invokes the same ideas of “disrupting” as UT Austin’s med school, your medical care Your skin color can have an impact on your ability to function.. Marxist ideas that are not grounded in science may also be referred to as Corrupted prestigious Medical journals.

And that’s just the medical school. Many of UT Austin’s 13 schools have overhauled their curricula to fit the anti-science and race-obsessed dictates of DEI.


More of UT Austin’s leftward lurch has been accomplished by pressuring faculty to accommodate, a pattern that has repeated itself All Universities All over the country. “The DEI initiatives also call for various required training sessions,” Sailer writes, “some for students and even more for faculty.”

First-Year interest groups (FIGs), for students to adjust to campus life, are an example. “spend a certain portion of their meetings discussing DEI content.”

The systemic left-wing groupthink of the Left is now an ailment “guiding principle throughout the hiring process,” writes Sailer, “one which is

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