A very special promotion.
Not a single DEI admin in the nation will take advantage because they constitutionally oppose every word of what is essentially The Free Press' mission statement:
We are committed to upholding the principles of free speech, intellectual diversity, and the ideals that once were the bedrock of great journalism: honesty, doggedness, and fierce independence.
Those are all badges of whiteness and oppression. At least in the twisted, insane universe of DEI.
I love this but will be very curious about the uptake.
I hope this is successful. Keep us posted on your results!
Brilliant! Is there a way to anonymously suggest or gift a subscription to your company's DEI leadership?
You can lead a horse to water...
Part of the pitch could be that those who are dedicated to DEI (as a meaningful way to approach today's issues) will have the opportunity (through back-and-forth in the comments section) to win converts to their position through honest open reasoned debate.
Oh, wait. That would likely scare them off rather than entice them to visit these pages. Never mind.
I hope there are many responses...great offer Bari, thank you.
You won’t get many takers… DEI administrators are not… by their nature… open-minded. In fact, their very mission is to prevent an open thought provoking environment…
Would love to know how many take you up on this.
Great idea; but are DEI administrators' minds open to contrary viewpoints?
The Free Press articles do argue against these folks having jobs, after all.
Bravo Bari Weiss. Another step forward to end the DEI madness.
Please keep us updated on how this goes. I would share, but I don't have any friends working in the Ivory Tower. I guess they're all afraid of heights.
Specifically, the height of hypocrisy, the height of ignorance, the height of indolence, the height of...
Why do I feel like none of them will take the bait LOL 😂
Bari you’re the best! I would also add any elected members to local school boards because it’s starting in elementary school.
I think Bari well knows the inherent contradiction in offering a subscription supporting free speech, to those whose definitional mission is to institutionally coercively suppress it. So the subsequent stories, perhaps already drafted, are the implications of their shocking failure to do so.
Another one of your great ideas!