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Sen. Tim Scott’s Speech Reveals Republicans Weakness.

Sen. Tim Scott’s Speech Reveals Republicans Weakness.

COLUMN By Raynard Jackson (ThyBlackMan.com) Why am I seemingly the only one that is pissed off at the lack of preparation for the aftermath of Sen. Tim Scott’s rebuttal to President Biden’s speech before a joint session of Congress this week? Where was the RNC, the Senatorial Committee, the House Campaign Committee, and outside conservative […]

Commentary | Eeyore’s Cabinet: The Obscene Word “Merit”

Commentary | Eeyore’s Cabinet: The Obscene Word “Merit”

COLUMN By Victor Davis Hanson  Just appearing this week in the news are stories that our elite colleges have sent out letters of admissions. White applicants at many universities have been accepted at historic lows of about 28 percent (of a population base of 68-70 percent), despite the supposedly cherished tradition of ‘proportional representation.’  Will the most […]

Ventura County Community College District Board of Trustees Endorses DEI (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion) Resolution

Ventura County Community College District Board of Trustees Endorses DEI (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion) Resolution

District pledges to address the diverse needs of students, faculty and staff in academia and the workplace Ventura County Community College District board of trustees fully supports and is dedicated to promoting diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) for its approximately 31,000 students, nearly 1,900 employees and the community. In support of the diverse population of students at […]

Join us for the Celebration of the Sector on Feb 3rd!

Join us for the Celebration of the Sector on Feb 3rd!

  Haven’t signed up for the Celebration of the Sector? Now is a perfect time! Join us on February 3rd from 11:30-1:30PM for our Celebration of the Sector! This event will focus on the crucial role Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion play in good nonprofit governance. We are excited to welcome local leaders of color to share successful tools and […]

County of Ventura’s First Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer Announced

County of Ventura’s First Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer Announced

Ventura, CA – After a nationwide recruitment that garnered over 150 applicants, the County of Ventura has selected Phin Xaypangna (pronounced Pin) as the County of Ventura’s first Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer. “Phin is a dynamic and results-driven leader with more than twenty years of experience in diversity, equity and inclusion,” said County CEO […]

Board of Supervisors approves executive position to promote diversity and inclusion in County workforce

Board of Supervisors approves executive position to promote diversity and inclusion in County workforce

Board of Supervisors approves executive position to promote diversity and inclusion in County workforce and hears report from Diversity and Inclusion Task Force VENTURA, Calif. – On Tuesday, July 21, the Board of Supervisors received a report from the Diversity and Inclusion Task Force and approved the creation of a full-time executive position for a […]

Diversity—But Not if We Disagree with You

Diversity—But Not if We Disagree with You

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Since the late Seventies/Eighties, and perhaps even before, I noticed the trend of attacking free speech in universities and other places. If you disagreed with the theories of the left—you were silenced, shamed and labeled. In 1985 a sociology professor’s TA called me a Nazi, probably because I am of […]

Celebrate Oxnard’s Diversity at Free Multicultural Festival OCT. 5

Celebrate Oxnard’s Diversity at Free Multicultural Festival OCT. 5

OXNARD, Calif. – Join the community in celebrating Oxnard’s cultural diversity at the 24th Annual Multicultural Festival on Saturday, Oct. 5 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Plaza Park (500 S. C St.). The event is free and open to the public. The Multicultural Festival features a variety of fun, educational activities, entertainment and […]

Black Education Decline

Black Education Decline

  by Walter E. Williams | Originally published in Townhall – June 19, 2019 New York Mayor Bill de Blasio says that the city’s specialized high schools have a diversity problem. He’s joined by New York City Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza, educators, students and community leaders who want to fix the diversity problem. I […]

Paris is burning!

Paris is burning!

  By Michael Greer Paris is burning as the citizens of England, Germany, and the Netherlands march to restore their countries sovereignty. Many of those marching and rioting don’t fully understand the goals of the Leftist elites, but they know they are no longer represented by their governments. Why aren’t world leaders representing their people? Their leaders […]

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