“demonstrated a lack of leadership on the matter of Diversity and Inclusion”
Have you noticed that the people who embrace diversity and inclusion have a habit of excluding people who don’t play along?
The College Fix reports:
UNC Wilmington Faculty Senate censures chancellor for ‘lack of empathy’ on racial justice
The University of North Carolina Wilmington Faculty Senate voted last week to censure Chancellor José Sartarelli for, among other things, not showing enough “empathy” for the cause of racial justice.
The December 8 vote was 51 in support of censure, and 20 against.
As reported by WECT, Faculty Senate President Nathaniel Grove, a chemistry professor, noted the reasons for the “yes” vote:
1. The Chancellor initially refused to support a global social movement supporting the liberty and human rights of Black people;
2. The Chancellor demonstrated a lack of leadership on the matter of Diversity and Inclusion prior to student and public demands to do so during the Summer 2020;
3. The Chancellor demonstrates a lack of empathy towards faculty, student and staff concerns about racial justice, and a lack of appreciation for the role of UNCW in strengthening democratic society.
Grove’s statement also says Sartarelli has “egregiously failed” in supporting the university’s values of “Diversity, Community Engagement, and Integrity,” “violated” the faculty’s trust and “dishonored” the school.
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