Professor lodges Title IX complaint against WSU

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'A University of Michigan-Flint professor has filed a formal complaint against Wayne State for sex discrimination.

Mark Perry, an economics professor at U-M Flint, submitted a Title IX complaint against WSU because the university hosted a summer workshop for Black Girls CODE — a non-profit that “introduces computer coding lessons to young girls from underrepresented communities (and is) devoted to showing the world that black girls can code and do so much more.”

Perry says WSU was acting as a venue sponsor for Black Girls CODE from July 30, 2018 to Aug. 10, 2018. Because the Black Girls CODE program only allowed girls ages 13 to 17 to participate, it was discriminatory to boys and therefore a breach of Title IX.'

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I once met a really good programmer on a job who also happened to be black and female. So that black girls can code is hardly a secret to me or anyone else who has met her.

When are liberals going to get it into their heads that on aggregate, men and women have different general interests in things and this often manifests in their choice of occupation? There is a relative dearth of females in programming because most women simply don't like to program. It's that bloody simple.

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