“Diversity” Rests On Racialist Assumptions

Here are two facts about Maine:

  1. Most of it is designated as a Health Professional Shortage Area.
  2. According to the most recent census data, 1.6% of its residents are black.

Given those two facts, you might think that a university in Maine dedicated to producing more health professionals to serve the state would not be fixated on the “diversity” of its students and graduates.

If you thought that, of course, you would be wrong. To see just how wrong — and not only wrong, but wrong in racialist, elitist, arrogantly offensive ways — see my new essay on Minding The Campus.

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