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Title IX updates: Clemson closed, new investigations open at Univ. of Minnesota and Rochester Institute of Technology – Publications – AEI

AEI Title IX updates: Clemson closed, new investigations open at Univ. of Minnesota and Rochester Institute of Technology Here are some updates on my efforts to advance civil rights for all in higher education by exposing the clear double-standard for enforcing Title IX’s clear prohibition of discrimination based on sex, whether it’s discrimination against females (strictly enforced) or males (often not enforced). 1. The District of Columbia Office for Civil Rights (OCR) closed my...

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Title IX update: OCR opens investigations against UC-Berkeley and Rice University – Publications – AEI

AEI Title IX update: OCR opens investigations against UC-Berkeley and Rice University In response to my requests for federal civil rights compliance reviews, the San Francisco and Dallas Offices for Civil Rights (OCR) recently opened investigations against two more universities for offering, promoting,  sponsoring, and hosting single-gender, female-only programs that potentially violate Title IX‘s prohibition of sex discrimination: 1. The University of California-Berkeley is being...

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Title IX update: OCR opens investigations against Michigan State, Grand Valley State and Saginaw Valley State – Publications – AEI

AEI Title IX update: OCR opens investigations against Michigan State, Grand Valley State and Saginaw Valley State In response to my requests for federal civil rights compliance reviews, the Cleveland Office for Civil Rights (OCR) opened investigations last week against three more universities for offering, promoting,  sponsoring, and hosting programs that potentially violate Title IX‘s prohibition of sex discrimination: 1. Michigan State University (MSU) is being investigated by the...

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Title IX update: OCR opens investigations against Boston University and the University of Rhode Island – Publications – AEI

AEI Title IX update: OCR opens investigations against Boston University and the University of Rhode Island Following my requests for federal civil rights compliance reviews, the Boston Office for Civil Rights (OCR) opened investigations this week against the following universities for offering, promoting,  sponsoring, and hosting programs that I allege violate Title IX‘s prohibition of sex discrimination: 1. Boston University is being investigated by the Boston OCR for these three...

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Title IX update: OCR opens investigations against Georgia Institute of Technology and Florida Institute of Technology – Publications – AEI

AEI Title IX update: OCR opens investigations against Georgia Institute of Technology and Florida Institute of Technology Following my requests for review, the Atlanta Office for Civil Rights (OCR) has opened investigations against the following universities for offering, promoting,  sponsoring, and hosting programs that I allege violate Title IX‘s prohibition of sex discrimination: 1. Georgia Institute of Technology is being investigated by the Atlanta OCR for these ten discrimiantory...

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Title IX updates: OCR opens investigations against Brown, Rutgers and Clemson – Publications – AEI

AEI Title IX updates: OCR opens investigations against Brown, Rutgers and Clemson Following my requests for review, the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) has opened investigations against the following universities for offering, promoting,  sponsoring, and hosting programs that I allege violate Title IX‘s prohibition of sex discrimination: 1. Rutgers University is being investigated by the OCR for its six single-gender, girl-only (no boys allowed) series of programs titled “The...

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Successful Title IX complaint forces Tulane University to end gender discrimination – Publications – AEI

AEI Successful Title IX complaint forces Tulane University to end gender discrimination From the PJMedia article “Female Lawyer Gets Tulane University to Stop Discriminating Against Men” by Toni Airaksinen: Tulane University has agreed to stop financially discriminating against male students in an unprecedented response to a Title IX complaint made against the school. As PJ Media initially reported, the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) launched an...

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Doesn’t Stanford University’s ‘women’s-only training hours’ violate Title IX and its own policy of nondiscrimination? – Publications – AEI

AEI Doesn’t Stanford University’s ‘women’s-only training hours’ violate Title IX and its own policy of nondiscrimination? Is this really legal? Stanford University recently introduced a new “opportunity for a women’s-only training environment” every Monday and Wednesday from 1:00 p.m. to  3:00 p.m. at its Arrillaga Outdoor Education and Recreation Center (see graphic above). The student newspaper The Stanford Daily reported on the new...

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Some new updates on the now-defunct Women’s Study Lounge at Michigan State University

For background information on the controversy over the now-defunct Women’s Study Lounge at Michigan State University, see previous CD posts here, here, here, and here. Summary: In what I consider to be a violation of: a) state civil rights laws in Michigan including Proposal 2 (Michigan Civil Rights Initiative passed in 2006), b) federal civil rights laws including Title IX, and c) Michigan State’s own non-discrimination policy in its public facilities, Michigan State has maintained a...

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More updates on Michigan State University’s women-only lounge

Wow, I really stirred up a hornet’s nest by bringing public attention to Michigan State University’s (probably illegal) women-only study lounge, see previous CD posts here and here. The vitriol, hatred, and hostility directed towards me by email, voicemail and on Twitter have been disturbing and disappointing, more than I have ever experienced in my life – much of it couldn’t be printed here due to the offensive content, but “You’re a piece of human garbage...

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