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Commentary By Christopher F. Rufo

University of Houston’s DEI Bureaucracy Has This Unbelievably Radical Take On ‘Diversity’

Education Education, Higher Ed

The University of Houston is a public university with more than 46,000 students

The University of Houston has created a radical DEI bureaucracy that condemns the United States as a "white supremacy system," castigates Christians for their "religious privilege," and hosts sexually explicit events such as "Queer Sex After Dark" and "Sex Ed Bingo: Chance to Win a Sex Toy."

The University of Houston is a public institution that serves more than 46,000 students, approximately 80 percent of whom are racial minorities. But for the leadership, the goal of "diversity" is an ideological, rather than demographic, project.

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Christopher F. Rufo is a senior fellow and director of the Initiative on Critical Race Theory at the Manhattan Institute and contributing editor of City Journal. Adapted from City Journal.

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