U.S. Supreme Court

3 Takeaways From The Federal Appeals Court Voting Rights Act Decision

The VRA is once again under attack, this time in Arkansas with a decision that may have far reaching consequences.

Explainer: What’s At Stake In South Carolina’s Voting Map Supreme Court Case

Will the high court keep a backdoor to racial gerrymandering open?

Battle Over Alabama Voting District Map Now Returns To Federal Court


HBCUs Prepare For Increased Enrollment After Supreme Court Strikes Down Affirmative Action In College Admissions

Will the high court’s decision mark a revival at the nation’s Black colleges and universities?

Affirmative Action: The Cliff Where Diversity In Higher Education Now Teeters

Opinion: The University of Michigan has already experienced what many schools are about to go through, and they could suffer real losses in diversity.

Biden Condemns Supreme Court’s Decision To End Race-Conscious College Admissions

The president says many people misunderstand how affirmative action works and offers new guidance going forward.

Supreme Court Clears Way For Second Majority-Black Congressional District In Louisiana

This decision comes after the conservative-leaning court siding with Black Alabama voters in a similar case.

Poll: More Americans Disapprove Than Approve Of College Affirmative Action

The Supreme Court is expected soon to decide if schools can consider race and ethnicity in their admissions process.

Supreme Court Orders New Congressional District Map In Victory For Black Alabama Voters

In a surprise ruling, two conservative justices sided with the court’s liberal wing.

Poll: Most In U.S. Say Race Should Be Considered In College Admissions, But To A Lesser Extent

The Supreme Court is expected to rule soon on college affirmative action admissions.

Clarence Thomas Didn’t Disclose Tuition Fees Wealthy GOP Donor Paid For His Grandnephew, Report Says

The Texas billionaire also lavished luxury vacations and bought family property from Thomas, none of them disclosed.