“Anti-racism statements” on several University of Central Florida web pages are no longer visible as a result of a decision by school officials.
Governor Ron DeSantis’ team told The College Fix that neither he nor the Stop WOKE Act are the reason for the removal.
Links to “anti-racism statements” put up by the physics, anthropology and philosophy departments are no longer visible, as first reported by the Orlando Sentinel.
The links were still not up as of August 1, when checked by The Fix. The English department, on its own, removed an “anti-racism” statement and claimed it “violates Florida law” without naming a specific statute. The note was removed but the statement is no longer on the website.
The Washington Post reported on July 14 that “some faculty members” worried that the university removed the links to comply with the Stop WOKE Act.