The United States Department of Education has opened an investigation into Georgetown University for allegations of unlawful discrimination against men and preference toward women in their employment and hiring processes.
The Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights has launched a Title IX investigation to determine whether an illegal preference for women in hiring practices exists at Georgetown University.
The Title IX Inquiry was filed against Georgetown University on Oct. 4, 2018 by President of the National Coalition For Men Harry Crouch. The Inquiry listed 19 clubs that were alleged to be in violation of Title IX. Among the clubs alleged to be in violation is the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security started by Hillary Clinton in 2011.
“The complaint seeks to eliminate gender discrimination against men without jeopardizing the civil rights of women,” Crouch wrote.
On October 11, the DOE responded, with a Partial Dismissal Letter. Portions of Allegations 3 and 4, and Allegation 1 will be investigated.
The complaint filed by Crouch strongly condemned Georgetown Professor Christine Fair noting that she “openly called for violence and terrorism against men as a class (and several specific men).” The complaint had requested her termination of position as associate professor of security studies. The DOE’s official response did not mention Fair.
Fair, in 2018, tweeted, “Look at thus (sic) chorus of entitled white men justifying a serial rapist’s arrogated entitlement.” Professor Fair was referring to Senators’ support of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. She continued with, “All of them deserve miserable deaths while feminists laugh as they take their last gasps. Bonus: we castrate their corpses and feed them to the swine? Yes.” Since then, her twitter has been taken down.
Crouch claims “She is an active and ongoing security threat to her male students, she cannot be expected to teach her male students in a fair manner, and her presence creates a hostile environment against young male students on campus.”
“We are extremely excited and hopeful regarding OCR’s decision to further investigate much of our complaint,” Crouch told Campus Reform. “However, we are equally disappointed that scandalous Professor Christine Fair was not mentioned in OCR’s response, although we included her misandric behavior in our complaint. In our view, Fair should not be allowed to teach, period – anywhere.”
Campus Reform reached out to Georgetown and the DOE but did not receive responses in time for publication.