Supreme Court evaluating case on affirmative action at US universities - La Prensa Latina Media

Nov 01, 2022 View Original Article
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61% : Affirmative action took on special importance in the US during the Civil Rights Movement to gain greater rights for African Americans and the end of racial segregation in schools during the 1950s.
53% : Washington, Oct 31 (EFE).- The US Supreme Court on Monday began weighing whether or not to end race-conscious admissions programs, hearing arguments in two cases challenging affirmative action at US universities.
52% : The US high court, which includes six conservative and three progressive justices, on Monday limited itself to hearing oral arguments regarding affirmative action, which establishes privileges for minorities who were previously discriminated against on the basis of race, gender or nationality.
49% : The two cases pertain to whether or not affirmative action should be maintained and they involve the admissions systems and procedures at Harvard University and the University of North Carolina.

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