Tag Archives: Racial Preferences in Education

Are Black Male Athletes Failing to Graduate Because of Racism?, James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal

The real problem is lower admissions standards for black athletes.

Selma: A Civil Rights Legacy

Former activist says “Selma is dying.”

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Affirmative-action programs set blacks up to fail.

She says blacks rarely graduate in the top of their classes.

Blacks at top law schools have worse qualifications than whites at mid-range schools.

How to Bust the ‘Racial Is a Construct’ Myth

Whites should “identify” as non-white.

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Perilous Times for Black Colleges, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

White colleges are picking off HBCUs’ best prospects.

The “descendant community” wants $1 billion.

Their kids can’t get in because there aren’t enough white kids enrolled.

Freshmen must study “diversity, bias, and privilege.”

Redefining merit so universities don’t perpetuate privilege.

State legislators wants equal outcomes, not just equal treatment.

The Privilege No One Wants

Please! Let me be anything but white.

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School challenges authority of DOJ to investigate whether it discriminates against Asians.

Americans blacks want to exclude the brothers from the Caribbean and Africa.

If diversity is so wonderful, why must it be imposed forcefully?

Authors prefer class-based affirmative action.

Some whites are still not aware of affirmative action.

He was speaking for a group called “Asians for Black Lives.”

WSJ doesn’t know African immigrants have higher IQs than African-Americans.

Black students worry foreign blacks are soaking up the admissions preferences.

A look at a classic book from American Renaissance.

Georgetown Law no longer looking at LSAT results.

The school is planning “proportional representation” quotas.

Whites have a “seething, irrational fear about an increasingly diverse America.”

And wrote a whole book about it.

There are already dorms for black men and for American Indians.

Southerns are hardly any more “racist” than Northerners.

NYT takes greats pains to avoid talking about Asians.

Straight Talk About Affirmative Action

Is it here to stay?

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Color-Coded Meds, Center for Equal Opportunity

Medical schools’ racial preferences are pronounced.

What is Racism?, AR Classic Article

Everyone talks about ‘racism’ but no one ever defines it.

Absurdity at Evergreen State College.

It’s an official, government-recognized Hispanic Serving Institution.

Understanding Black College Protests

And how to stop them.

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He opposed new “affirmative action” policies. Now he’s holding classes off campus.

She’s black.

In South Africa, often only 10% are black.

Skin Color Determines “Who Gets In”, Center for Equal Opportunity

Quantifying how much race preferences distort admissions to elite colleges.

Can the Trump Court End Affirmative Action?

One originalist appointment may not be enough.

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No Campus for White Men

New book explains the mentality that led to the Milo Yiannopoulos riot at Berkeley.

Reviewed by F. Roger Devlin

Dropping standards led to an 84 percent increase in black enrollment.

How Blacks Changed Our School

A once-vital Catholic school is now is steep decline.

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Why Affirmative Action for Hispanics and American Indians?

An example of chance and irrationality in American history.

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Admission standards are “already about as low as you can go.”

In one state, the boards even “measure lip size, hair texture and nose width.”

Blacks feel alienated at schools for which they are not qualified.

More goofy white people.

A White Teacher Speaks Out, AR Classic Article

What is it like to teach black students?

“Diverse” law schools won’t guarantee 75 percent of graduates will pass the bar.