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NCFM 2018 Recipient of our Award for Excellence in the Advancement of Men’s Issues, Mark Perry Ph.D

April 11, 2019
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Mark Perry is concurrently a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and a professor of economics and finance at the University of Michigan-Flint. Dr. Perry risked his career and reputation by standing up for common decency and common sense. He is an outspoken advocate for ensuring that college men are treated equitably. He has filed dozens of Title IX complaints against discriminatory policies, procedures, and programs at the University of Michigan and Wayne State, including in one instance a women’s lounge in its student union building, which he described as “gender apartheid.” Michigan State later opened the lounge to all students. His courage caused national news and encouraged a national discussion about discrimination against men in higher education, the harmful consequences, and the radicalized misandric ideology that drives both. Professor Perry has now turned his attention to girls-only science and coding summer camps. He has filed Title IX complaints with 23 universities, calling for various programs to be opened to boys.

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NCFM 2018 Recipient of our Award for Excellence in the Advancement of Men’s Issues, Mark Perry Ph.D

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2 Responses to NCFM 2018 Recipient of our Award for Excellence in the Advancement of Men’s Issues, Mark Perry Ph.D

  1. Dr. Phillip Hadlock on April 11, 2019 at 5:24 PM

    Bravo, Dr. Perry. Congratulations on your fantastic work. Having left the academy after fighting for years to include discrimination against boys and men in the curricula of gender studies programs, I understand what a formidable challenge it is to fight for the rights of young men on university campuses. So many voices have been silenced for trying to shed light on misandrist policies and practices. May yours continue to be heard loud and clear until gender equality is attained.

  2. Gregory Josefchuk on April 11, 2019 at 5:09 PM

    Congratulations Professor Perry for your outstanding work and courage. You are an inspiration to so many of us. This award could not be more appropriate as a way to recognize your dedication and leadership in gender equality. Thank you and again congratulations.

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