- Affirmative Action
- Affirmative Action Timeline
- The Rise and Fall of Affirmative Action
- by John W Johnson
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Read preview. Synopsis Affirmative Action recounts the fascinating history of a civil rights provision considered vital to protecting and promoting equality, but still bitterly contested in the courts--and in the court of public opinion.
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Affirmative Action Timeline
Pope, Myron L. Simpson, Michael W. Federal prosecutors will investigate and sue universities over discriminatory admissions policies, he said. But a senior Justice Department official denied that these decisions were rolling back protections for minorities. He said they were instead hewing the department closer to the letter of the law. Bhargava said. Constitution demands.
Lhamon said. On Friday, the Education Department began laying the groundwork for the shift, when it restored on its civil rights website the Bush-era guidance.
Conservative advocacy groups saw that as promising. DeVos has seemed hesitant to wade in on the fate of affirmative action policies, which date back to a year-old executive order by President John F. Kennedy, who recognized systemic and discriminatory disadvantages for women and minorities. DeVos told The Associated Press.
The Rise and Fall of Affirmative Action
But Ms. Marcus, may disagree. A vocal opponent of affirmative action, Mr. Marcus was confirmed last month on a party-line Senate vote, and it was Mr.
by John W Johnson
Under Mr. Brandeis Center, a human rights organization that champions Jewish causes, filed an amicus brief in , the first time the Supreme Court heard Fisher v.
University of Texas at Austin. As the implications for affirmative action for college admissions play out in court, it is unclear what the decision holds for elementary and secondary schools.