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  • A U S appeals court on Thursday upheld Harvard University's use of race in undergraduate admissions, rejecting a challenge by affirmative action opponents who said the Ivy League schools policy discriminates against Asian Americans.

  • Students for Fair Admissions or S F F A, a nonprofit founded by anti affirmative action activist Edward Bloom, had drawn support from President Donald Trump's administration, which filed a similar lawsuit against Yale University.

  • But the U.

  • S circuit courts at Harvard's use of race was not quote impermissibly extensive and was instead quote meaningful because it prevented diversity from plummeting.

  • The case could now go to the Supreme Court, where legal experts believe the 63 Conservative majority could use the case toe end more than 40 years of allowing race as a factor in higher education admissions.

A U S appeals court on Thursday upheld Harvard University's use of race in undergraduate admissions, rejecting a challenge by affirmative action opponents who said the Ivy League schools policy discriminates against Asian Americans.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/13
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