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‘Gender Equality Dean’ Caught on Camera Running Interference for Terror-Supporting Groups on Campus

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An associate dean tasked with upholding gender equality at Columbia University muted a professor during a faculty meeting after she warned about groups with ties to terrorist organizations that oppress women.

The professor stated the need for better campus security given these groups’ influence over student organizations.

“I do want to emphasize that there really is a need for good security on campus and it was very clear prior to Tuesday night that the university was unable to do that given the number of people from outside who were able to pass through our tight security to get onto campus,” Professor Carol Ewing Garber said.

However, the associate dean dismissed these concerns without evidence and shut down the discussion.

This sparked controversy and questions about how the university handles security issues and ideological conflicts.

It also shed light on the associate dean’s role in promoting gender equality and dismissing warnings regarding groups that perpetrate human rights abuses against women.

The incident is part of broader scrutiny over Columbia’s responses to recent anti-Israel protests and how diversity initiatives are implemented in a manner that upholds equity and protects vulnerable groups.

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