America’s View on Affirmative Action

Curious to know America’s view on Affirmative Action? Wonder no more. Back in 2016, a Gallup poll suggested that 60% of American adults generally favored the practice of Affirmative Action. Additionally, 70% of American adults surveyed suggested that college applicants should be judged on merit alone — and that race … 

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The Practice of Affirmative Action in College Admissions

There’s an excellent editorial in “My San Antonio” by Richard J. Reddick entitled “Leave affirmative action policies alone” that we figured we’d bring to the attention of our readers. In the piece, Reddick defends the practice of Affirmative Action, asserting that it was enacted by the executive order of three … 

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Justice Department Takes on Affirmative Action

It’s a headline in just about every major newspaper today: The United States Justice Department Takes on Affirmative Action! The United States D.O.J. under the stewardship of the under siege Jeff Sessions will be taking on the practice of Affirmative Action in college admissions. Indeed an internal announcement to the … 

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Affirmative Action in America

Where does the Obama administration stand on Affirmative Action in America, you ask? The Obama administration has affirmed that it supports the use of race in college admissions with the goal of increasing the diversity of college campuses across America. In fact, the Department of Education and the Department of … 

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College Admissions Affirmative Action

The Supreme Court of the United States heard one of the most important cases of the new term this past Wednesday with college admissions Affirmative Action up for debate. The case pits liberals against conservatives. The liberal view is that Affirmative Action should stand, that it enables underserved and underrepresented … 

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Affirmative Action in Admissions

Affirmative Action in admissions will be up for debate at the United States Supreme Court in just a little over a week. This will mark the first time since the controversial 2003 University of Michigan ruling that the high court has heard a case on the topic. And things may … 

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