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Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Harvard Accused of Hosting Racist Program: ‘No Whites Allowed’

'Harvard's BIPOC-only, no whites allowed program is just as illegal, offensive, and objectionable as a whites-only program...'

(Luis CornelioHeadline USA) Harvard University is facing criticism for its support and involvement in a music business program that has been accused of engaging in racial discrimination, according to a civil rights complaint.

The complaint, filed by the medical watchdog group Do No Harm, alleges that Harvard University, in partnership with the No Label Academy, excludes participants based on their race.

The Daily Caller News Foundation reported on Saturday that the 10-day program, held at Harvard, is explicitly open only to individuals who identify as “BIPOC” (black, indigenous, people of color) and are interested in the music business.

“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 their race, color, or national origin,” the complaint alleges.

The complaint, which is led led by Do No Harm Senior Fellow Mark Perry, also added, “Several recent news reports document the University’s support, connection and partnership with a program that will be racially segregated and be hosted by the University on its campus in the fall.”

Perry slammed Harvard University for hosting the racist program, saying on a Saturday tweet that “Harvard’s BIPOC-only, no whites allowed program is just as illegal, offensive, and objectionable as a whites-only program.”

Perry has called for an investigation into what he deems “illegal racial discrimination” and has submitted the complaint to the Boston Office for Civil Rights.

The complaint further highlights recent news reports documenting Harvard University’s support, connection and partnership with a program that promotes racial segregation and will be hosted on the university’s campus in the fall.

This incident is part of a larger debate on race-based admissions policies at universities. Several institutions, including Harvard, have faced scrutiny over their practices. Last month, America First Legal (AFL) filed a brief urging the Supreme Court to enforce federal anti-discrimination laws and prohibit race-based admissions that receive federal funds.

AFL President Stephen Miller argues that these race-based policies, inspired by “insidious, woke” quotas “keep qualified applicants” from gaining admission to schools.

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