Diversity Indoctrination At The “Private” University Of Denver – An Open Invitation To The Students & Faculty. My Response To Them Included.

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Please note the first letter is as it came from the people at the University of Denver.  Following that is the same letter with Pensiamento’s comments inserted in the body of the text.  And, to you impoverished (or too rich for your own good) parents of these poor indoctrinated students, WAKE UP!!!!

Dear friends,

Join us next week at the 18th annual Diversity Summit. The Summit is a time for us to come together and explore how higher education should engage in an increasingly diverse and inclusive academic community. It’s an opportunity for all of us to explore not only what is happening in society, but also to unpack our own campus climate and culture

The theme of this year’s Summit is “The Power of We; With resolve, without fear, act together.” Our dynamic community is made up of students, faculty, staff, alumni, neighbors, opinions, histories, futures and perspectives. We can combine efforts to inspire reflection and action. Through skill-building workshops, challenging discussions and interactive lectures, we will harness our collective potential to work toward the goal of making DU a model of inclusivity and diversity.

This year, for the first time, the Diversity Summit will span a full week. By adding programming and expanding it out over five days, the new format invites greater participation and accommodates different schedules. We encourage supervisors to allow time for everyone to participate in Summit activities. Let’s take this opportunity to come together as a community and harness The Power of We.

Please take a moment to review the abundant offering of events and register to attend by visiting the 2019 Diversity Summit website.

Sincerely,

Rebecca Chopp, Chancellor

Jeremy Haefner, Provost & Executive Vice Chancellor

Laura Maresca, Vice Chancellor of Human Resources & Inclusive Community

Dear friends,

Join us next week at the 18th annual Diversity Summit. The Summit is a time for us to come together (as in monolithic or diverse?) and explore (as in intellectually honest or in lockstep?) how higher education should engage in an increasingly diverse and inclusive (inclusive of differing opinions?) academic community. It’s an opportunity for all of us to explore not only what is happening in society, but also to unpack (meaning litmus tests?) our own campus climate and culture (dictated and monolithic or free and diverse?)

The theme of this year’s Summit is “The Power of We; With resolve, without fear, act together.” (This is sounding very monolithic and dictatorial – is that a collective “we” or a universal “we”?) Our dynamic community is made up of students, faculty, staff, alumni, neighbors, opinions, histories (represented truthfully, accurately and without bias?), futures (freely pursued and independently enjoyed?) and perspectives (with diverse viewpoints?). We can combine efforts (Collectivist action?) to inspire reflection and action (political, peaceful, tolerant, violent – Antifa?). Through skill-building workshops, challenging discussions (Collective and controlled, or free and diverse?) and interactive (Within certain parameters or wide open?) lectures, we will harness (rein in?) our collective potential to work toward the goal of making DU a model of inclusivity and diversity (Is it possible to have both?  For example, can you expect an Intolerant Democrat Socialist to embrace a Tolerant Republican Free Enterpriser?).

This year, for the first time, the Diversity Summit will span a full week. By adding programming and expanding it out over five days, the new format invites greater participation and accommodates different schedules. We encourage supervisors to allow time for everyone to participate in Summit activities. Let’s take this opportunity to come together (All believing the exact same mantra, or having freedom to believe as one is convinced to believe?) as a community and harness The Power (Are we talking political, economic, racial, radical ideological, or just exactly what kind of power are we talking about?) of We (It is necessary to ask who is “we” as that may give us, that is anyone reading this, a clear idea of what this is really all about).  

Please take a moment to review the abundant offering of events and register to attend by visiting the 2019 Diversity Summit website.

Sincerely,

Rebecca Chopp, Chancellor

Jeremy Haefner, Provost & Executive Vice Chancellor

Laura Maresca, Vice Chancellor of Human Resources & Inclusive Community

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