Podcast: Jay Greene on Anti-Semitic Leanings Among College Diversity Administrators

The author of a new report scrutinized hundreds of public statements from those who work in diversity offices on campus. He joins us to explain what he found.

Students walk across the University of Michigan campus on January 17, 2003 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Photo by Bill Pugliano via Getty Images. 

Students walk across the University of Michigan campus on January 17, 2003 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Photo by Bill Pugliano via Getty Images. 

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Jan. 7 2022
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Jay P. Greene is a senior research fellow in the Center for Education Policy at the Heritage Foundation.

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