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Texas A&M System’s guidance on the state’s DEI ban shows compliance might be a hard needle to thread

The guidance asks universities in the system to avoid using the acronym DEI on their websites and walk a fine line between organizing events that “support diversity in a general way” but don’t “promote preferential treatment of any particular group.”

Texas A&M University in College Station on Aug. 23, 2017

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