The Supreme Court case could fundamentally alter college admissions policies.
Later this term, the Court will decide whether Harvard and the University of North Carolina illegally discriminated against academically qualified applicants.
He also indicated his support for Judge J. Michelle Childs, from his own state of South Carolina.
"[W]e will be told that noting that this is definitionally affirmative action and race discrimination is itself racist," commentator Ben Shapiro said.
President Biden said he would appoint the first Black woman to the Supreme Court—would this affect the upcoming case regarding the fate of Affirmative Action?
The judge said that even 70 years after the college's first Black students were admitted, they still experience isolation and stereotypes.
Asian-Americans might not yet realize that, by and large, one political party has a structural interest and ideological compulsion to racially discriminate against them.
Harvard College maintains noxious de facto racial quotas to penalize Asian-Americans, redolent of the anti-Jewish Ivy League quotas of the early 20th century.
Councilman Cedric Crear wrote that Michele Fiore's comments during the convention were "totally repugnant, and spit in the face of all black persons."
The conservative commentator also claimed that Asians "have it lucky."
"She exploited somebody else's culture and I'm the racist for pointing it out? I love that!" Tucker Carlson said.
Edward Blum is spearheading a lawsuit on behalf of Asian-Americans who say Harvard unlawfully discriminates against them.
President Trump's Supreme Court pick may determine the future of race-conscious admissions.
The Trump administration will end a set of Obama-era policies and guidelines that aimed to promote diversity on university campuses by encouraging the use of race in college admissions, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
The Department of Justice confirmed its investigation into Harvard University in a letter to watchdog groups.
"My fingerprints are nowhere near any of this," says Blum, who helped with the Supreme Court case Fisher v. the University of Texas.
Scalia's assertion that African-Americans don't do well at fast-track schools is just plain wrong.
The case before the Justices is far more complex than simply reserving places for minorities.
The Supreme Court justice has all but said that black lives don't matter.
The Supreme Court is set to rule on a variety of hot-button social issues.
The court made it clear it was not deciding the larger and divisive question of whether affirmative action admission policies can be lawful.
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