Supreme Court blocks use of affirmative action at Harvard, UNC in blow to diversity efforts

Jun 29, 2023 View Original Article
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53% :Harvard, the nation's oldest private college, and the University of North Carolina, which lays claim to being its oldest public college, public college, acknowledged considering race as one of many factors in determining admissions, an approach consistent with Supreme Court precedent.
41% : The wider debate - forged in the context of voting, housing, criminal justice and other areas - is whether the clause requires colorblind policies or whether, to stem discrimination, race may be considered.
24% :Several members of the current court's conservative majority, including Roberts, had long signaled skepticism about affirmative action.

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