Velocity Convergence



Velocity Convergence is a non profit established for the purpose of education and advocacy on the issue of viewpoint diversity in our public institutions. We are specifically examining the lack of intellectual, ideological, and political diversity in our public institutions of higher education.


Exploring Critical Race Theory in Tennessee Higher Education

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Author - July 23, 2021

What We Are Reading

The Back Lash to Critical Race Theory is on the Way
The University as the Woke Mission Field
The Diversity Problem on Campus

Change is Coming

When the structure itself is left-wing, legislation is a tested way to bring back academic balance and protect viewpoint diversity, as research has highlighted. The legislation or an act of the government, in this case, is not an infringement on academic freedom and rights. In fact, it is an involvement to ensure balance of viewpoint and academic freedom in a sector that is overwhelmingly corrupted by ideological groupthink. This intellectual conformity affects the most important function of the university: free inquiry and research. The only way to bring back stability is by means of an external intervention.

Critical Social Justice

The University as the Woke Mission Field: A Dissident Women’s Studies Ph.D Speaks Out
When the formally woke get red pilled they make up some of the strongest voices in opposition.

“I realized that Critical Social Justice ideology is not only intellectually vacuous; it is downright dangerous, and that the reason it has captivated so many minds is not because of the strength of its ideas, but because it has succeeded in silencing more reasonable and time-tested principles…

If Critical Social Justice ideology had been presented in a more intellectually diverse educational landscape, I would have been able to properly assess the strengths and weaknesses of Critical Social Justice arguments. Sadly, American universities are, for the most part, not marketplaces of ideas, but mere echo chambers.”


A longer ready, but worth the effort.

In a Nutshell

The Diversity Problem on Campus
 How it is driving profound transformation and threatening to derail the primary mission of higher education.

Nearly every decision taken on campus, from admissions, to faculty hiring, to course content, to teaching methods, is made through the lens of DEI. This regime was imposed from the top and has never been adequately debated. In the current climate it cannot be openly debated: the emotions around DEI are so strong that self-censorship among dissenting faculty is nearly universal.



DEI violates the ethical and legal principle of equal treatment. It entails treating people as members of a group rather than as individuals, repeating the mistake that made possible the atrocities of the 20th century. It requires being willing to tell an applicant "I will ignore your merits and qualifications and deny you admission because you belong to the wrong group, and I have defined a more important social objective that justifies doing so." It treats persons as merely means to an end, giving primacy to a statistic over the individuality of a human being.