While even those of us who were not yet born are still smarting from the sting of blacklisting by the House Unamerican Activities Committee and Senator Joseph McCarthy‘s campaign against homosexuals and communists, the tide is just beginning to turn. Thanks to socially just and virtuous companies like Maxient and Campus Kaizen, the time for whitelisting has finally come.
In a 1952 speech, McCarthy said that “McCarthyism is Americanism with its sleeves rolled.” Now, in the fight for Social Justice, Maxient and Campus Kaizen have moved past rolled sleeves and are using the power of computers.
Thanks to the Office of Faculty Development and Diversity, at Cornell, Cornellians can now look past the Sixth Amendment and report a grievance anonymously using Campus Kaizen’s Guardian system without having to look someone in the eye and present an in person argument supporting the grievance.
Since African American/Black, Asian and Asian American, American Indian/Indigenous, Latina/o/x Hispanic but not Jewish students have to navigate structural racism, systemic bias, indigeneity, colonialism, antisemitism, and related topics in the local communities, we hope that the Guardian bias response system will extend to the local communities.
And after that, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Oklahoma, Arizona, North Dakota, New Mexico, California, Texas and the rest of New York.