State points to "disparate impact" as proof of racial discrimination.
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Asian parent to Blacks: “First you blame white people, now you blame us!?"
"Is there nothing we will not degrade, corrupt, or discard to make minorities look good?"
Officials lump them in with whites.
Legal scholar: "The case was always designed to go to the Supreme Court and now it will."
Liberal writer: "The people’s reaffirmation of Proposition 209 may portend victories for race-neutral policies elsewhere."
Professor: "In urban districts we are seeing a backlash . . . where the ideology is turning against excellence."
Fifty-six percent of of Californians voted against Proposition 16.
Poor girl just didn't know how to make the most of white privilege.
What will happen when the truth comes out?
Affirmative action advocates resort to "white supremacy" smears.
Popular podcast about New York City schools ignores the facts about race and neighborhoods.
Half of likely voters oppose the proposition on affirmative action.
"Students will no longer be graded based on a yearly average, or on how late they turn in assignments."
Affirmative action did not always mean quotas.
A look at The Affirmative Action Hoax by Professor Steven Farron.
Colleges cancel their diversity programs to comply with new Trump order.
DOJ quantifies just how much whites are penalized.
Anything an employee says — anywhere — could get him punished.
Professor: "The best minds in our field . . . have failed to produce a course and exam that can close the performance gap."
"Women- and minority-owned hedge funds controlled less than 1% of total industry assets in mid-2017."
Ron Unz doesn't think so.
They're unimpressed by the university's "symbolic" anti-racism.
Joe Biden does as he is told.
Justice Department Finds Yale Illegally Discriminates Against Asians and Whites in Undergraduate Admissions in Violation of Federal Civil-Rights Laws
“There is no such thing as a nice form of race discrimination.”
University ignored its own research by ditching the SAT.
"It’s a touchy subject."
That's the idea.
How race insanity became mainstream.
"[T]he color of the beneficiaries and the color of the victims will be reversed."
Or the consequences of affirmative action.
A Hmong cop was present at George Floyd's death.
The tyrannical rule of the U.S. Supreme Court.
"Affirmative action may place burdens on or breed resentments among nonbeneficiaries and still be worth pursuing."
The reality is grim.
Today, what is called racism depends on who is doing it.
Diversity isn't enough without "inclusion."
A white woman wakes up.
Justice Department Files Amicus Brief Explaining that Harvard’s Race-Based Admissions Process Violates Federal Civil-Rights Law
“More than half of the admitted African Americans, would most likely not be admitted in the absence of Harvard’s race-conscious admissions process.”
The astonishing story of how the courts turned “civil rights” into racial preferences.
Identity over policy.
And never not white enough.
A candidate with promising ideas.
… brings yet more vibrancy to vibrant Fresno.
University staff is not very diverse, as it turns out.
"Equality" is a convenient cover for power-seeking elites.
They broke ranks in the fight against whitey.
Are Asians who oppose "affirmative action" racial sell-outs?
Seven other states have affirmative action banned as well.
". . . the issue remains deeply divisive among liberals when it comes to their own children."
More good analysis from CIS.
They claim it's all about "white toxicity and supremacist values."
“The goal is to disrupt the status quo and do something different.”
They're struggling in part since "predominantly white colleges are recognizing the power of diversity."
Five doctoral fellowships for students descended from slaves and a full-time director for the Center for Black Church Studies.
Plus a $9,500 fine and 250 hours of community service.
Sixty percent of students are white, and that's too many.
Thorough integration and "equity" programs haven't closed achievement gaps.
Asian man joins the "fight against racial preferences and racial discrimination."
Of course, graduate schools will keep one qualification that does matter: race.
Test-optional policies attract more applicants of greater diversity.
There's a "pressing need to change the nature of educational opportunity in the United States."
Judge says racial discrimination in admissions is “a compelling government interest.”
Federal Judge Rules Harvard’s Admissions Policies Do Not Discriminate Against Asian American Applicants
Harvard is still being investigated by the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division.
“Merit” is a code word for “white.”
Wealthy whites and Asians with poor GPAs are most likely to be boosted by the SAT.
Instead, it will capture diversity using "a broad array of data points."
They’re financially shaky and losing accreditation.
The school system doesn’t reflect “how New York City looks.”
SAT-only admissions would boost the share of white students from 66 percent to 75 percent.
Students who get extra time to take the elite public high schools admissions tests are often white or well off.
Schools are reevaluating entry requirements and taking into account non-academic factors.
Expanding gifted programs to every neighborhood may increase segregation.
The solution: more diversity spending.
Colleges should detail their spending on diversity bureaucrats.