Another Pandemic Known as Social Justice

The National Association of Scholars (NAS) has produced a report titled "Social Justice Education in America."  Written by David Randall, it defines, describes, and delineates many of the destructive and deceptive ideas behind the innocent-sounding social justice programs that have mushroomed in American institutions of higher learning. According to this December 2019 report, "in the last twenty years, a generation of academics and administrators has transformed higher education into an engine of progressive political advocacy."  Identity politics plays a major role in how social justice will be administered.  Social justice activists work to increase the "state's coercive power" to decide who will get his fair share concerning employment, housing, income, health care, leisure, political power, property, social recognition, and wealth.  Consequently, social justice buzzwords such as food justice,...(Read Full Article)
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