It’s worthwhile looking at the details to see just how totalitarian “inclusiveness” is. Here’s an account of the specifics involved in the duty to promote race equality imposed in Britain by the Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000.
All public agencies, including colleges and universities, professional bodies, libraries and museums, have to do whatever they do in a way designed to promote racial equality. The effect? No-one can just do what he does; everyone, including all cultural institutions, has to do it in a way that as a practical matter involves abolition of everything that once made Britain distinctive. And it’s all intended to be enforceable. No-one protests, because it’s all in the best of causes.
To summarize the way things are today: Require Catholic theologians in Catholic schools to teach actual Catholicism—bad. Require all academics and all cultural institutions to tailor everything they do to promote racial equality—good.