Leveling America

Social Justice and Identity in American Higher Education

National Association of Scholars

Event Summary


Join NAS on December 6, as we launch a bombshell report on Social Justice Education in America, a study of the influence of social justice advocates at over 60 colleges and universities nationwide.

The report is a comprehensive examination of the inner workings of social justice advocates at these universities and how they have insinuated themselves into the university system to propagandize students. Administrators have transformed universities into training camps for progressive activism. Most job postings for professors today demand conformity to the doctrine of social justice. Entire campus bureaucracies are built on social justice, contributing to the skyrocketing cost of tuition. Soon universities will be staffed entirely by people who teach activism and call it education.

We offer several tactics to change this landscape, including legislation, disrupting the career tracks available to social justice advocates, and eliminating jobs that prioritize advocacy over education.

Venue

John Locke Foundation
4800 Six Forks Road
#Suite 220
Raleigh, NC 27609

Program


12:30 — Doors open for registration

1:00 — Opening Remarks: Peter Wood, President, National Association of Scholars and Jenna Robinson, President, James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal

1:15 — Opening Speaker: TBD

1:35 — Social Justice Education: David Randall, Research Director, National Association of Scholars

  • Followed by Q&A

2:15 — Keynote: Heather Mac Donald, Thomas W. Smith Fellow, Manhattan Institute

  • Followed by Q&A
  • Books available for sale

3:00 — Break for Snacks and Book Signing

3:30 — Panel (10-15 minutes per speaker, followed by Q&A)

Moderator: John Hood, President, John William Pope Foundation

  • Mike Adams, Professor of Criminology, UNC-Wilmington
  • Steven B. Long, member, UNC Board of Governors
  • Jonathan Jordan, former North Carolina State Representative
  • Followed by Q&A

5:00 — End

Speakers

Heather Mac Donald
Thomas W. Smith Fellow, Manhattan Institute

Peter W. Wood
President, National Association of Scholars

Jenna Robinson
President, James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal

David Randall
Director of Research, National Association of Scholars

John Hood
President, John William Pope Foundation

Mike Adams
Professor of Criminology, UNC-Wilmington

Steven B. Long
Member, UNC Board of Governors

Jonathan Jordan
Former North Carolina State Representative

 

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