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Supreme Court Strikes Down DEI College Admissions. Is Workplace DEI Next?

In a major blow to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) doctrine, the Supreme Court struck down DEI-based racial discrimination in college admissions. The decision handed down Thursday morning also provides a foundation for workplace related actions against DEI racial discrimination.


“This is a huge statement by the Supreme Court, and one that’s sure to impact not just college admissions, but the broader workplace culture in America,” said RedBalloon CEO Andrew Crapuchettes. “The ruling basically labels race-based DEI policies unconstitutional, which means there’s a hurricane of constitutional reckoning coming to America’s woke workplaces.”


RedBalloon has been on the forefront of exposing DEI’s unconstitutional policies and just completed the third installment of a ground-breaking series on how DEI destroys workplace culture.


“DEI's exclusionary nature breeds distrust and divisiveness, leading to an ineffective work culture. This is evidenced by the record-low employee engagement rate and the 75-year low productivity rate,” stated Crapuchettes.


Woke workplace DEI policies have been using ethnicity as the criteria for hiring, for promotion, for training, and for other benefits, excluding other employees solely based on racial quotas. That has led to tremendous dissatisfaction with the American workplace, and an historic drop in workplace productiveness.


See our latest blog post on DEI’s destructive policies here.

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I'm concerned about the implications of the Supreme Court's decision to strike down DEI college admissions on workplace DEI initiatives. If similar legal challenges arise, what can organizations do to continue promoting diversity and inclusion?

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Anna Kena
Anna Kena
Jun 18

The Supreme Court's decision on DEI-based college admissions policies could have far-reaching implications for the workplace. While some may view this as a positive step towards greater fairness, others may be concerned about the potential impact on workplace diversity. It will be interesting to see how companies navigate these complex issues in the coming years, without resorting to questionable measures like the infamous rice purity test. As always, a balanced and thoughtful approach will be key to finding the right path forward.

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I am trying to figure out what happened to the U.S. Supreme Court in the last month or so? Could Jeffrey Epstein's demise have removed a hidden controlling factor? This is the last week of decisions for this session, and some of these corrective rulings are amazing.

Years ago, my law school Constitutional law professor, Anthony Kennedy - then sitting on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals - wrote a horrible badly reasoned decision affirming affirmative action, and the case ruling went against all the stare decisis cases we were studying in class that semester. So I raised my hand and asked the question - what about stare decisis? What about history? Would you tell us (the students in class)…


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Maureen Gates
Maureen Gates
Jun 29, 2023
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My sister is in academia and the horror stories she shares is frightening. Students are bullied by grown people who should know better. College used to be for expanding the mind and learning to view situations differently and to have open discussions. At least that is how it was for me in the 80's. Now, it's just sit there and shut up and believe all the lies I am jamming down your throat. My nephew goes to a very liberal school in Virginia and he just keeps his mouth shut because he does not want his grades to suffer, but it is really bad there. They forced him to take a DEI class. He knew he was not going to…

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Maureen Gates
Maureen Gates
Jun 29, 2023

I cannot express in words just how much I love this!!! DEI and AA is the most racist thing ever put in force by the radical left. Why is it that no one recognized that AA hurt the Asia community. Do they care that Asian students who outperformed students who were of color were rejected based on their race? Nope! Do they care that Asian students are committing suicide because they were passed over for a student who could never compare to the Asian student's school resume? Nope! I told my daughter to not list her ethnicity on her college applications. DEI and AA hires are killing the work force, too. How many times have you been frustrated because you…

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This is GREAT news now on to the workplace and ridiculous DEI

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