In 2003, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on a case that challenged the constitutionality of racial considerations in college admissions. Since then, measures to limit affirmative action have reached many state legislatures, including in Michigan, California and Washington. Is affirmative action a necessary tool to combat racism and social inequality that has historically excluded minorities from higher education? Or has the law outlived its usefulness?
John H. McWhorter0 Itemssingleton
- Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and weekly columnist for the New York Sun
Terence J. Pell0 Itemssingleton
- President of The Center for Individual Rights (CIR)
Joseph C. Phillips0 Items
- Actor, Social Commentator and Syndicated Columnist