Oklahoma governor signs executive order abolishing DEI bureaucracy in all public universities ๐Ÿ˜ค
ยท Dec 13, 2023 ยท NottheBee.com

So glad to see this trend picking up steam.

That's four states down and 46 to go โ€” though I'm sure DEI will stick around in the rotting states run by Dems. A natural migration to these brave states who destroy DEI, however, will ensue, so don't worry.

Here's the scoop:

Gov. Kevin Stitt signed an executive order Wednesday morning calling for a formal review of diversity, equity and inclusion in Oklahoma higher education.

The executive order requires state agencies and universities to review the necessity and efficiency of DEI positions, departments, activities, procedures and programs โ€ฆ

Stitt said in the press conference that the order asks for universities to stop using state dollars to fund DEI offices and programs, but did not specify if this is immediate or after a review is complete.

"(This is) going to shift the focus and education back to educating our young people instead of politics and indoctrination in our colleges and our universities," Stitt said before signing the executive order.

You can find the executive order here, but I'll give you the important stuff because it's a thing of beauty.

Executive state agencies shall not utilize state funds, property, or resources to:

  1. Grant or support diversity, equity, and inclusion positions, departments, activities, procedures, or programs to the extent they grant preferential treatment based on one person's particular race, color, ethnicity, or national origin over another's;
  2. mandate any person to participate in, listen to, or receive any education, training, activities, procedures, or programming to the extent such education, training, activity, or procedure grants preferences based on one person's particular race, color, sex, ethnicity, or national origin over another's;
  3. mandate any person swear, certify, or agree to any loyalty oath that favors or prefers one particular race, color, sex, ethnicity, or national origin over another's;
  4. mandate any person to certify or declare agreement with, recognition of, or adherence to, any particular political, philosophical, religious, or other ideological viewpoint;
  5. mandate any applicant for employment provide a diversity, equity, and inclusion statement or give any applicant for employment preferential consideration based on the provision of such a diversity, equity, and inclusion statement; or
  6. mandate any person to disclose their pronouns.

Like I said, a thing of beauty.

And while those of us who are against DEI are enjoying this because we know what DEI's aims are (mainly Marxism), here's what the University of Oklahoma had to say about the executive order.

Dear OU Community,

Today, Oklahoma's governor signed an executive order eliminating offices of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at all public higher education institutions in Oklahoma, including our own.

For many of us, this news evokes deep concern and uncertainty about the future, and in many ways feels like a step backward ...

Though we are obligated to comply with the governor's executive order, we will remain committed to ensuring an education from the University of Oklahoma remains accessible and available to all, and we will continue to work to recruit and retain a workforce of talented and qualified minds that is representative of our state. In the coming weeks, we will issue further guidance on our compliance with this mandate while staying true to our values.

I urge our community to not let today's development overshadow the monumental advancements we've made in uplifting Oklahoma as a more prosperous place for all.

And it goes on, and on, and on.

I feel so bad for those students. No longer will they be looked at simply based on their skin color. No longer will they be looked at simply by their sexual preferences. Now โ€” and plug your ears if you're a liberal โ€” they'll be looked at simply as human beings.

I know, gross, right?

Glad to see this out of Oklahoma, a state where they spent $56,000 this year alone on OU's Crimson & Queens drag queen events.

Yeah dude, no wonder the governor signed this executive order.

More of this, red states. More of this.

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