Affirmative Action

Affirmative Action Opponents Now Targeting West Point, Naval Academy Through Supreme Court

While the Supreme Court struck down affirmative action in a landmark ruling in June, the decision does not apply to military academies

Folding Chairs, Brutal Cops, Affirmative Action: The 2023 News Stories That Hit Different for Black America

The news through these last 12 months kept us glued to our television and cellphone screens, and we couldn’t stop talking about these stories.

Backlash to Affirmative Action Hits Pioneering Maternal Health Program for Black Women

A San Francisco program that has benefited African American mothers is threatened by a lawsuit accusing it of being discriminatory.

Survey: Most University Presidents Disagree With Supreme Court’s Affirmative Action Decision

The high court banned institutions from using race-conscious admissions, forcing schools to find alternatives to achieving diversity.

Anti-Affirmative Action Group Targets Naval Academy’s Race-Based Admissions Policies

Students for Fair Admissions accused the academy of using “race is determinative for some applicants.”

Appeals Court Halts Venture Capital Fund Grant For Black Women Entrepreneurs

Fearless Fund closes ‘the abysmal rate of investments for Black women’ and will continue the legal battle, the organization’s lawyers say.

U.S. Supreme Court Petitioned to Hear High School Admissions Case On Heels Of Recent Affirmative Action Case

The suit cites enrollment for Black and Hispanic students has increased, while enrollment for Asian-American students as declined nearly 20% in three years.
Zerlina Maxwell

Zerlina Maxwell Proves All She Needs Is a Mic – And Maybe Her Phone

At a moment when the nation seems to be giving the Black community the side-eye, the SiriusXM host is more vocal than ever.

Conservative Activist Sues VC Fund Supporting Black-Women-Owned Businesses

Edward Blum played a role in the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn affirmative action.

Department Of Education Opens Probe Into Harvard’s Legacy Admissions Policy

Diversity advocates are challenging admissions practices that benefit White applicants after the Supreme Court outlawed affirmative action.

UNC Announces Free Tuition for Undergraduate Families Making Under $80,000

The decision comes off the back of the recent Supreme Court affirmative action ruling.