Neetu Arnold on "DEI at Arizona State University"

An Interview with Young Voices' "Moving Forward"

National Association of Scholars

"Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) is a euphemistic sounding set of ideals which has really turned into loyalty oaths to a progressive value system ... and is anything but inclusive." — Neetu Arnold

Neetu Arnold, Research Fellow at the National Association of Scholars, was recently featured on the March 14th, 2023 edition of the Young Voices Radio Show to discuss the addition of a DEI course in the journalism program at Arizona State University (ASU).

The Cronkite School of Journalism at ASU began forcing students to take a DEI journalism class in fall of 2022, and when asked by Arnold to disclose course materials, ASU refused. Listen in as Neetu Arnold delves into the dark side of DEI curricula in higher education, and shines a light on the "trade secrets" of DEI courses.

Photo by Katherine Welles on Adobe Stock

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