UNC Chapel Hill Votes To Gut DEI Department, Give Money To Campus Police

Article originally appeared on www.dailywire.com.

The University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill’s board of trustees has voted to gut funding for the school’s diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) department and give the money to campus police instead.

UNC Chapel Hill’s board voted unanimously to redirect $2.3 million in diversity funding toward campus safety and police at a special meeting on Monday to address the university’s budget.

The move could essentially eliminate the school’s diversity office.

The beefed up funding for campus police comes in the wake of weeks of anti-Israel demonstrations on campus, which have resulted in several arrests.

The school’s budget committee introduced the amendment to cut the diversity budget.

“I think that DEI in a lot of people’s minds is divisiveness, exclusion and indoctrination,” budget committee vice chairman Marty Kotis said. “We need more unity and togetherness, more dialogue, more diversity of thought.”

“It’s important to consider the needs of all 30,000 …

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