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Yet, you people complained about not getting water while standing in line to vote.
In some countries people walk for days to vote and dip their finger in an inkwell.
The good part about is white folks especially white males will be the ones not getting in ivy League schools. Folks like you racoons are to uneducated to notice this. Asian people are the biggest test cheaters on the planet.SCOTUS could end affirmative action in college admissions
For more than 40 years, the Supreme Court has held that universities may consider race as a component of their admissions processes. But the justices could toss out that precedent as it's being challenged in two major cases.
Students for Fair Admissions, a nonprofit founded in 2014 by Edward Blum, an opponent of affirmative action policies, alleged that the University of North Carolina discriminated against Asian and white applicants and violated the Constitution's equal protection clause by considering race in its admissions.
The group also sued Harvard University, claiming the Ivy League school discriminated against Asian applicants, in violation of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits private institutions that receive federal funding from discriminating on the basis of race.
Challengers have asked the Supreme Court to overturn a nearly 20-year-old landmark ruling, Grutter v. Bollinger, that upheld affirmative action.
Both of the universities have denied claims of discrimination, and argued that their race-conscious admissions programs are lawful. The lower courts agreed with them.
But the Supreme Court decided to take up the pair of cases, clearing the way for the conservative majority to potentially eliminate affirmative action in higher education – a hot-button issue that's long been publicly debated. A ruling in favor of the challengers could upend college admissions processes and likely lead to fewer minority students enrolled.
My hope is the SCOTUS in the majority bring an end to this onerous and prejudicial practice.
ceedog, I've seen that up close and you ain't wrong.
EB is absolutely correct. You see them clear girls. Now do you think, they, their parents are going to let them girls get on the field with the band? Heck no.
And also, looking at the young lady's profile. It says she's an actress. So, did she do this to bring light to her "so call space at USC" or try to get her name out there for her career? I think we all have been gaslighted, with her" I started a majorette dance team at a PWI"
Okay, I'm done.