Dean of Berkeley Law caught on tape explaining how the school gets around anti-discrimination laws for the sake of "diversity"
· Jun 30, 2023 ·

Striking down affirmative action in college admissions was the first step, but we know it's not going to stop the woke white knights in the academy from continuing their racist practices.

For example, in California, it is already illegal to make hiring decisions based on race. That's obviously racist. But the ultra-woke liberal Berkeley doesn't care about the law.

Here's the Dean of the Law School explaining how they work around the law:

Chemerinsky's plan is to do "unstated affirmative action" meaning break the law but just don't open your big mouth about it.

What I mean by unstated affirmative action is, what if the college or university doesn't tell anybody, doesn't make any public statements, but still wants to do it.

Yeah, this Law School Dean is about to instruct a group of college folks how to lie so that they can continue their racist practices.

I'll give you an example from our law school, but if ever I'm deposed I'm gonna deny I said this to you.

When we do faculty hiring, we're quite conscious that diversity is important to us. And we say that diversity is important, it's fine to say that. But I'm very careful when we have a faculty appointments committee meeting, any time somebody says, 'We should prefer this candidate or this candidate because this person would add diversity' I say: 'Don't say that! You can think it, you can vote it, but our discussions are not privileged so don't ever articulate that that's what you're doing!'

His logic: You can break the law in practice by preferring candidates of certain races, and we'll even tell you to do that, but you can't say it out loud.

This is avoiding prosecution 101.

Of course, he'll deny he said anything of the sort, but we have it on tape.

There are a thousand deans and hiring committees across the country having this same conversation about admissions right now.

I found the systemic racism, guys!

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