The point of “diversity” in the marketplace should be for people with different points of view contribute different things to the business.
But ideologues today typically use diversity as little more than a code-word for identity politics. They don’t care about genuine diversity—diversity that would include different points of view, different worldviews. In truth: They really just want progressives from various identity groups.
According to a new study by the Religious Freedom and Business Foundation, this thinking is now dominant in the corporate world. Among Fortune 100 companies, “protected categories” such as race and gender were emphasized by corporations over religion by a factor of 34 to 1.
Corporations love to talk about “diversity” and “inclusivity”—but their concern is really only skin deep.
It’s time to go deeper and add religious and viewpoint diversity to America’s largest companies.