The following excerpted language appeared in the "Bulletin Board" section of The Chronicle of Higher Education between January 1, 1990, and the present. These advertisements constitute no more than a small sampling from issues selected almost at random. I offer them as hard evidence of the extensive efforts on behalf of women and minorities throughout higher education today, as well as evidence that white males are systematically discriminated against by these efforts. It is clear that similar efforts exist in other occupations as well.
Open Access to Equal Access. The Diversity Recruitment Department of the California Community College System Registry states, "In the next decade or so, the world's sixth largest economy will have the most ethnically diverse population in the world. To maintain our position in a global economy, California must have the best trained workforce available. Only a faculty dedicated to quality and excellence and able to communicate with a diverse student population can make this happen." The advertisement continues, "The California Community College Registry has been de