We all know that free speech is an instrument of oppression used by the white cis heteronormal patriarchy to victimize all others.
Don’t worry. During this academic theme year for Free Expression, Cornell will be the place where free speech goes to die.
It will die because of dei.
From Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity–just a simple transposition of the letters.
As reported in the Cornell Daily Sun on October 1, 2023,
Pollack also spoke about Cornell’s freedom of expression academic theme for the year, explaining that despite the increase of threats to free expression across the nation, the University remains committed to allowing students to freely express their opinions on campus while promoting diversity, equity and inclusion.
“Cornell remains verbally committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. In fact, diversity, equality and inclusion and free speech are two of our core values,” Pollack said.
Read President Pollack’s statements carefully and take note of her priorities.
Verbally committed to diversity, equity and inclusion means that students can only express their opinions on campus while their opinions promote diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Thanks to President Pollack’s courageous leadership, during this theme year of Free Expression, Cornell University will become a diverse and inclusive community of belonging and wellbeing because only speech that is consistent with diversity, equity, and inclusion will be tolerated.