9-6-16, New York, Cornell University dean candidate, a higher-education administrator and first-generation American named Vijay Pendakur, started explaining that he would be a dean for “all students,” - that's when the trouble started.
Mr Pendakur said he would focus on making campus more inclusive, and that his efforts to make campus more inclusive would involve talking to everyone.
“If I say, ‘The dean’s focus area is diversity and inclusion,’ the unspoken thought in many people’s minds is, ‘Oh, so he’s here for only the marginalized students.’”
He thinks this issue is so important that he wants to involve everyone! After all, in order to change a campus as a whole, the campus as a whole would have to be involved. But senior Julia Montejo, vice president for diversity of inclusion at Cornell’s student assembly, didn’t see it that way. No, she thought that this kind of thinking could actually hurt marginalized people... more
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