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Civil liberties group opposes censorship in the name of ‘diversity’ at California Community Colleges

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Earlier, we wrote about how the California Communities Colleges plan to penalize instructors for not having a woke ideology. Their proposed DEIA regulation would effectively judge instructors based on whether they have a belief in controversial concepts such as “multiple axes of oppression,” and “structures of oppression and marginalization.” We argued that the proposed DEIA regulation violates free speech and academic freedom.

Now, a civil-liberties group, the Foundation for Individual Rights in , has objected to the proposed regulation, saying it violates the First Amendment:

On April 22, FIRE sent a public comment to the California Community Colleges Board of Governors opposing proposed regulations which would add diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility

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