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University of Michigan’s $30 Million DEI Investment Draws Attention

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The University of Michigan has developed a large diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) infrastructure, comprising over 500 employees and costing more than $30 million annually.

This includes 241 staff dedicated to DEI services, with some earning substantial salaries.

The university’s DEI efforts extend to various departments and involve numerous employees, including those in unpaid roles. (Trending: Hunter Biden’s Art Scheme Exposed By GOP Probe)

The university defends its approach, stating that DEI efforts align with its size and complexity.

“Thirteen DEI staff members earn over $200,000 every year while another 66 make more than $100,000 per year. The average yearly salary for DEI staff members is $96,000 not including benefits,” the report noted.

“Most employees working on DEI are not solely dedicated to DEI efforts but do so in addition to their other roles and responsibilities,” a university spokesperson stated.

“The university’s DEI efforts are appropriate to the size, scope, and complexity of our university – spanning the university, including 51 units over our three campuses, our academic medical center, and our over 100,000 students and employees.”

However, a professor criticizes the institution’s DEI plans, likening them to oppressive bureaucratic models from the Soviet regime.

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