A California “equity” enforcer has lost her job after it was discovered that she was working from Texas.
Pamela Kadakia was a top-ranking diversity commissar in California schools, Politico reported.
“Equity” enforcer loses job
According to her LinkedIn profile, Kadakia started her job as an equity project manager in January, but California schools say she worked there for only a month.
California forbids state employees from living out of state. Although a California native, Kadakia, 34, has worked in Texas since 2016 and she bought a home in the Dallas area with her husband in 2019. Her firing was confirmed by California’s Department of Education.
“We sought to ensure that all our personnel were in line with the new guidance” the department said in a statement. “In doing so, we accepted Ms. Kadakia’s resignation.”
She received a doctorate in education at Texas A&M University, and previously was a lecturer at Richland College in Dallas.
Kadakia’s firing is also deeply ironic, as California employees are prohibited from even traveling in 18 states that California considers hotbeds of “discrimination,” including Texas.
“Equity” gravy train chugs on
According to “equity,” America is plagued with “systemic racism” that can only be solved with “anti-racist” discrimination against white people. California, in keeping with its liberal reputation, has been at the forefront of the “equity” revolution by exploring reparations for slavery, as The New York Times previously reported.
The agenda has proven deeply unpopular with many parents, leaving the left to gaslight the country with the lie that “equity,” and the closely related dogma of critical race theory, are not being taught in schools (while simultaneously insisting that CRT must be taught to give kids a full education.)
In reality, it has become the cash cow for a deeply embedded bureaucracy of talentless, over-paid diversity enforcers, administrators, and faux-intellectual grifters.
Kadakia joins Daniel Lee, a psychologist and “life coach” who was sacked from his cushy six-figure job as California’s first superintendent of “equity” after he was found to have been living in Philadelphia. Lee was also accused of nepotism, as he was in contact with California schools chief Tony Thurmond.
While Kadakia’s firing is an improvement for American society, there are still too many “equity” charlatans with fake jobs getting rich by indoctrinating America’s youth with racist poison.