5 Black History Month Events That Made Us Cringe
February is almost over, but we haven't forgotten people's tone-deaf, and at times thoughtless actions.
Justice Clarence Thomas Has ‘No Clue’ What Diversity Means
As opening arguments began in two high stakes cases, the judge asks a presenting attorney for an explanation of what diversity is.
Analysis: Supreme Court Begins Hearing Affirmative Action Challenges And The Stakes Are Clear And High
There have been decades of pushback against the doctrine, but it’s now possible that diversity could see a collapse at major colleges.
Major Tech Companies Sign Off on Amicus Brief Supporting Affirmative Action Before Supreme Court
Google, Apple, Facebook, Support Affirmative Action As SCOTUS Cases Approach
Harvard Urges Supreme Court To Preserve Affirmative Action As Upcoming Case Looms
The justices are slated to hear college admissions cases that could jeopardize the future of affirmative action.
Supreme Court To Hear Two Critical Challenges To Affirmative Action Involving Harvard And University of North Carolina
The long-standing diversity promoting practice comes under the most scrutiny it has seen in years.
Biden’s DOJ Urges Supreme Court To Reject Affirmative Action Appeal
The lawsuit from Asian American students claims that Harvard makes it easier for Black and Latino students to win admission.
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Hattie throws a wrench into Marie's getaway plans when she brings a plus-one to Moondance, Nia mulls over a business proposal from Ben, and Marie tries to keep it professional with Zach.
Justice Department Finds Yale Discriminates Against White and Asian Students In Admissions
The school blasted the result of the department’s probe.
My White Prep School Track Captain Trolled Me About Affirmative Action, But Should I Have Trolled Her About Cheating?
The minefields that Black students have to navigate.