Christopher Rufo

Biden Department of Education Opens Civil Rights Investigation into New College of Florida over ‘Misgendering’

President Joe Biden’s Department of Education has opened a civil rights investigation into New College of Florida, following a complaint alleging, in part, that author and New College of Florida board member Christopher Rufo “misgendered” the college’s former Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) director, who uses “ze/zir” pronouns.

US President Joe Biden speaks during a Pride Month celebration event at the White House in

‘Recapturing Higher Education:’ DeSantis Appoints Christopher Rufo to Board for New College of Florida

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) appointed senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and prominent anti-Critical Race Theory activist Christopher Rufo to the Board of Trustees of the New College of Florida. Rufo announced that his goal is to abolish “diversity, equity, and inclusion” and replace it with “equity, merit, and colorblindness,” and hire new faculty with expertise in “constitutionalism, free enterprise, civic virtue, family life, religious freedom, and American principles,” among other goals.

TAMPA, FL - NOVEMBER 08: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis gives a victory speech after defeating

Disney Diversity and Inclusion Manager: We No longer Say ‘Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls’

In a leaked video from Disney’s “Reimagine Tomorrow” summit, Disney’s “diversity and inclusion” manager Vivian Ware can be seen in telling employees that the company no longer refers to patrons as “ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls” to assuage transgender guests. The City Journal’s Christopher Rufo first reported the story on Tuesday and posted a series of video clips of the summit to his Twitter account.

Pollak: Critical Race Theory, Explained

Critical Race Theory claims that all of our institutions — our government, our economy, our culture — are based on racial hierarchy, with whites on top and blacks at the bottom. Even things that look race-neutral are, on closer inspection, racist.

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