Harvard is in hot water after pushing an anti-white scheme that will cost them big time

Universities are going all-out with their left-wing indoctrination agenda. 

Straight, white males are their number one target. 

And Harvard is in hot water after pushing an anti-white scheme that will cost them big time. 

Even before a student has the chance to enter the doors of major universities, their left-wing agenda affects them. 

Right out of the gate, admissions offices discriminate against students based on their race, gender, and sexual orientation. 

A white application with better qualifications can be denied admission, while a minority applicant gets in despite having lower qualifications. 

This has been the subject of lawsuits in the past, but there is no end to this practice in sight, especially at prestigious universities like Harvard. 

But now, Harvard is taking things to a new level. 

Harvard University has announced that they are hosting a music program that is closed off to white students. 

The program, titled, “No Label Academy at Harvard,” is a music business course hosted by rapper IDK.

According to the program’s website, it is “open to all BIPOC individuals interested in music business.”

The BIPOC acronym refers to black, indigenous, and other people of color, essentially meaning anybody who isn’t white. 

But this new program could end up coming back to bite the university. 

University of Michigan-Flint professor Mark Perry has filed a Title VI complaint on Tuesday with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights over the program. 

Perry claims that Harvard’s decision violates Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits discrimination based on race under any programs receiving federal funding. 

“In violation of Title VI, this program discriminates on the basis of skin color by operating exclusively for BIPOC individuals only and illegally excluding and discriminating against non-BIPOC individuals on the basis of skin color,” states Perry’s Title VI complaint against Harvard.

Professor Perry explains to Campus Reform that “in some cases like this, a university might claim that they are merely renting space on its campus to a discriminatory group or program, but they are not affiliated with the program or endorsing it.”

“In this case, I don’t think Harvard can make that claim as I tried to emphasize in my complaint,” Perry continued. “Harvard should be considered a partner because the program name is ‘No Label Academy at Harvard’ and a Harvard faculty member is serving as an adviser to the program.”

Perry adds, “Therefore, Harvard should be held accountable as being complicit with the discriminatory practices of an outside group that is using Harvard’s name, its campus, its academic reputation, and its faculty to promote a program that violates Title VI.”

Title VI violations are enforced by the Department of Justice. 

With Joe Biden in power, Harvard may think that they can get away with such a violation, considering the growing anti-white bias in government under Biden’s regime. 

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