“Biden’s alma mater, the University of Delaware, has multiple programs, and advertises multiple scholarships, that discriminate against males in favor of females”
It’s important to hold a mirror up to these folks and remind them of such hypocrisy.
The College Fix reports:
Here are the Biden officials who hail from institutions that discriminate on the basis of sex or race
Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona and President Joe Biden have insisted that civil rights laws protect all students, even beyond what the laws plainly state.
They have gone so far as to stretch the Supreme Court’s Bostock opinion to apply it to all expressions of gender and sexuality, even when people with the same expression would be treated the same regardless of biological sex.
Well, if we take them at their word, we find quickly that senior members of the Biden Administration came from school districts and universities that discriminate on the basis of sex or race — or both at the same time.
I reported in February that Biden’s alma mater, the University of Delaware, has multiple programs, and advertises multiple scholarships, that discriminate against males in favor of females. Although I filed a Title IX complaint with the U.S. Department of Education in January, the wheels of justice turn slowly. Six months later, it appears that all of the programs still exist and that the department has taken no action whatsoever. The Women’s Leadership online certificate program will be back on October 8.
Vice President Kamala Harris’s undergraduate alma mater is Howard University, which violates Title IX by offering scholarships that are exclusive to women. The Walker’s Legacy Scholarship for Enterprising Women is, of course, only open to women, but it provides $25,000. While I filed a Title IX complaint with ED’s Office for Civil Rights back in March, OCR has not opened an investigation yet. All OCR really has to do to get started is visit each webpage and read it, then open the investigation and ask Howard if it has any defense…
Secretary Cardona himself attended Central Connecticut State University — another violator. Back in 2019, Tech It Out included an all-girls residential program but no equitable program for boys, but this program appears no longer to exist.
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