Hopping on the trendiest of leftist misadventures, Arizona State University launches its Center for the Future of Equality. If your kids are of ethnic European heritage, understand they will be marginalized in every aspect of their higher education, regardless of their GPA and other scholastic achievements. Thanks to the deification of drug addicted, (Hennepin County Autopsy Report, page 2), career criminal George Floyd, incarcerated numerous times, we have entered the bizarre self-flagellation era of Melanin Matters. Floyd’s rap sheets can be viewed in the link.
To be brought up to speed on what the leftist, agendized social reformers at Arizona State University are actually proclaiming, read, “Equality vs. equity in Joe Biden’s America,” by John Leonard.
The preferred educrat term of the moment is equity, replacing equality, although used interchangeably when it suits their purposes. Equality is based on a universally assured fairness. Equity is a concept newly contrived by the Harris/Biden administration that imposes a vague, illogical concept of “fairness” now based on the amount of melanin in your skin pigment or whether you are at odds with the gender you were born.
Issues of social inequality, racism and economic disparity remain at the forefront of the most serious challenges facing America. The COVID-19 pandemic has amplified their complexity and diminished the confidence and resources of many Americans, yielding serious implications for our nation’s overall health, security and social cohesion. Moreover, business, government and civil sectors have put forth few sustainable solutions.
To move beyond publishing research and reports, ASU is launching a new kind of academic endeavor – An ASU Center for the Future of Equality – to create tangible and useful products that communities can use to help reduce the effects of inequality.
Please join us on February 11 at 1 p.m. MST for a special, virtual launch event where we will unveil additional details, including the Center’s full name, and hear from ASU President Michael M. Crow, other university leaders, and Executive Director Ehsan Zaffar, about the inception and realization of this initiative. We will also share our plans for 2021 and opportunities for collaboration.