Professor Amy Wax: The Poisoning of Academia

Amy Laura Wax is an American lawyer, neurologist, and academic. She is the Robert Mundheim Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Her work addresses issues in social welfare law and policy, as well as the relationship of the family, the workplace, and labor markets. Wax has drawn controversy for making remarks widely considered racist. Wikipedia

Born: Amy Laura Wax, January 19, 1953, Troy, New York, U.S.
Institutions: University of Pennsylvania Law School
Education: Yale University, Oxford University, Harvard Medical School, Harvard Law School, Columbia Law School

The following video segment addresses the impact of affirmative action, aka diversity/equity/wokeness/social justice, etc., on American medical and science academies. Not a pretty picture. Do watch the complete FOX Nation video when you have a chance.

Personal note: I had my first opportunity to play the select-a-gender game while signing up with a new medical facility’s online patient portal. Pull down menus for “gender”, “preferred pronouns”, “ethnicity”, etc. Back of the line with my having responded White-European-Male? Should I have stayed with the VA? Time will tell.

FOX Nation
Tucker Carlson Today
Poisoning Academia
Professor Amy Wax is no stranger to controversy. Since criticizing affirmative action several years ago, she has faced an onslaught of attacks. She joins Tucker to explain how diversity initiatives are poisoning academia.

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