Turning Point USA has joined forces with Stephen Miller’s America First Legal (AFL) to fight discrimination on college campuses happening under the banner of “diversity, equity, and inclusion” (DEI) initiatives.
The AFL’s Center for Legal Equality team of pro-bono lawyers will help TPUSA students to take legal action against so-called “diversity, equity, and inclusion” hiring and educational practices. Miller spoke to Kirk on Monday about the new initiative.
Stephen Miller, a former senior advisor to President Donald Trump, said in the statement, “D.E.I. is simply a euphemism for a radically reductive and discriminatory ideology that judges, regards, categorizes, defines, and excludes people based solely on their skin color, sex, or sexual orientation. We at America First Legal are extraordinarily proud to partner with Charlie Kirk and Turning Point USA to fight back.”
Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk started his non-profit to help promote Conservative and traditional American values across college campuses.
“Our students represent the frontlines in the battle for the future of America, and whether or not we will continue to be a nation where all of us have equal value and dignity under the law,” Kirk said in the statement and continued, “Partnering with Stephen and AFL gives our students the opportunity to rebalance these corrupt institutions and win in the court of law.”
Turning Point USA an America First Legal are uniting to give students recourse to combat the discrimination they’re facing on a daily basis.
Kirk and Miller give a contemporary example of DEI in action by naming “Morgan Stanley, which offers an internship called the ‘Freshman Enhancement Program.’ It is described as a program ‘designed to help diverse rising sophomores in college gain a better understanding of various businesses and career paths Morgan Stanley provides.’ However, according to Morgan Stanley, the ‘Skills and Qualifications’ for this internship stipulate that the applicant be a: ‘Black, Hispanic, Native American, and/or LGBTQ+ freshman undergraduate student.'”
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