Huffington Post: It Could Take Years For Miguel Cardona To Repeal Betsy DeVos’ Harmful Title IX Policy

December 22. 2020


ERA attorney Maha Ibrahim is featured as the key expert in a Huffington Post article published today, about what new Education Secretary Miguel Cardona will have to do to fix Betsy DeVos’s disastrous Title IX changes from the past 4 years.

“Title IX is not about overly protecting people from the boogeyman of false accusations of sex discrimination,” Ibrahim said. “That would be like saying we created Title VI, the race civil rights law, to protect white people from being accused of racism.”

… Ibrahim emphasized just how important this transition will be. “We’ve really seen the DeVos administration veer very far off the road of civil rights,” she said. “The Biden administration is going to have to try to get us back on that road.”

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