Very interesting Touré Reed analysis at Jacobin: The case for affirmative action — like unionization before it — proceeded from the view that anti-discrimination policy was in the public interest
I originally missed this Sigal Alon piece in The Nation on how the discourse of diversity helped kill affirmative action. She rightfully sees Bakke as laying the groundwork for the evisceration of rac
This is a good expose of the real story behind Abigail Fisher, the lead plaintiff in the case attempting to destroy the remnants of affirmative action in higher education admissions. In short, Fisher
According to the always reliable John J. Miller, “[a] study says that black students take easier courses than white students at Duke University.” He offers the following as his pull-quote
OK that would be an unfair characterization of this Richard Cohen column. Slightly unfair: We should never confuse unfair with illegal. Still it would be nice if every once in a while they coincided.