Original post closed, but could be reopened:
The question is vague, and was rightly closed, if nothing else but to prevent it from getting similarly vague answers prior to cleaning it up and reopening it. From my perspective, the topic isn't what's the problem; this could make a good post for this site, but only with some helpful, collaborative edits from the community, and most importantly, the op himself, Greg McNulty.
Comments should help improve posts, not berate the poster:
I'd like to take a moment to point out that it would be extremely helpful if certain people tried to be a bit more constructive in comments on posts like this. Instead of emphasizing how bad the post is and backing Greg, the question asker, against the wall in full on offensive strike mode, perhaps it's better to explain to him how he could improve his post.
My suggestion is this: If you're going to leave a comment on a post pointing out a problem, also point out a possible suggestion for how to fix that problem. Otherwise, just cast your vote and move on. No one needs to hear your opinion on how bad you think the post is unless you can also say how to fix it. ;)
If we're going to encourage Greg to fix his post, we'd probably have a higher chance of success if we're positive about it.
How can we make this post be a good question for Workplace SE:
When I encounter posts like this, I ask myself, "what is Greg really asking for in his question?" He's probably facing some kind of problem with the diversity program, or he wouldn't have asked about it, but he's likely just afraid to speak his mind about it.
So, I suggested that he edit and maybe explain how the diversity program affects him, which could lead to describing a real, actual problem that he's facing. Then he could ask for solutions. I'm not sure if my suggestion would make it constructive though, but having more details would give us more to talk about, in a polite, constructive manner, of course...