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University of California endorses diversity measure

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Sorry, high-achieving Asian-American schoolgirl; your numbers may be excellent, but they’re not the numbers that matter.
Sorry, high-achieving Asian-American schoolgirl; your numbers may be excellent, but they’re not the numbers that matter.

The University of California’s Board of Regents voted last week to address “original sin of this country” by seeking to repeal Prop 209, which voters approved in 1996 to ban “preferential treatment” for minority groups. “The largest racial demographics for California are roughly 40% Hispanic, 36% White, 14% Asian, and 5.5% Black,” explained UCSD Dean of Woke Relations Natasha Trigger-Warning. “But the racial demographics at UCSD are 30% Asian, 21% White, 16% Hispanic, and 1.5% Black. UC President Janet Napolitano has said that ‘The face of the university does not fully represent the rich diversity of our state. The problem is obvious, and so is the solution. We need to more than double the Hispanics and halve the Asians. Then we shave enough off the Whites to let in the difference on the Hispanics, plus the Blacks. Then and only then will UCSD’s student population reflect California’s population. And then and only then will we have — well, not equality, but the necessary conditions for the journey towards equality.” Trigger-Warning concluded by noting that while Asian-Americans have a long and sad history of oppression in California, “they seem to be doing okay these days, so we figure it won’t be a problem.”

Sorry, high-achieving Asian-American schoolgirl; your numbers may be excellent, but they’re not the numbers that matter.
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Sorry, high-achieving Asian-American schoolgirl; your numbers may be excellent, but they’re not the numbers that matter.
Sorry, high-achieving Asian-American schoolgirl; your numbers may be excellent, but they’re not the numbers that matter.

The University of California’s Board of Regents voted last week to address “original sin of this country” by seeking to repeal Prop 209, which voters approved in 1996 to ban “preferential treatment” for minority groups. “The largest racial demographics for California are roughly 40% Hispanic, 36% White, 14% Asian, and 5.5% Black,” explained UCSD Dean of Woke Relations Natasha Trigger-Warning. “But the racial demographics at UCSD are 30% Asian, 21% White, 16% Hispanic, and 1.5% Black. UC President Janet Napolitano has said that ‘The face of the university does not fully represent the rich diversity of our state. The problem is obvious, and so is the solution. We need to more than double the Hispanics and halve the Asians. Then we shave enough off the Whites to let in the difference on the Hispanics, plus the Blacks. Then and only then will UCSD’s student population reflect California’s population. And then and only then will we have — well, not equality, but the necessary conditions for the journey towards equality.” Trigger-Warning concluded by noting that while Asian-Americans have a long and sad history of oppression in California, “they seem to be doing okay these days, so we figure it won’t be a problem.”

Sorry, high-achieving Asian-American schoolgirl; your numbers may be excellent, but they’re not the numbers that matter.
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