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California community college professors sue over DEI mandates in curriculum

  • A group of community college professors in California are suing the state over new regulations that mandate diversity, equity, and inclusion views in their curriculum. The professors argue that these regulations violate their First Amendment rights and force them to endorse the government's viewpoint on politically charged issues.
  • The new guidelines require community college instructors to teach in a culturally inclusive way and demonstrate respect for students of diverse backgrounds. The Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression, representing the professors, argues that instead of mandating a commitment to promoting diversity, professors and students should be able to engage in open debate and analysis.
  • The lawsuit filed by the professors is similar to another one previously filed by a history professor. The college district plans to vigorously defend itself against the lawsuit.
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