Reason: How do you craft affirmative
action that doesn't quickly turn into quotas?
Extrapolating from the results, Lowery says, "White people may say, and believe, they're not supporting affirmative
action because it creates inequities, but in many cases the reason they think it's unfair is because they think it's hurting their group.
The fact that UCLA's experiment with class-based affirmative
action provided substantial SES diversity and some racial diversity is a very hopeful harbinger for its use in other academic settings.
Yuill points out how Nixon was able to shape the future of affirmative
action by changing (through expansion) the black-white racial paradigm that framed civil rights politics.
action may not be a perfect policy, but an open and honest dialogue about the policy's future would be an important and welcome exercise.
action proponents have already challenged the ban as unlawful and say they will do so in other states that may consider a similar ban in the future.
2632-1(c)(1)(ii), this rule does not apply when an affirmative
allocation of GST exemption has been made to a trust before the ETIP's expiration.
On that last point, in other words, I think there may be good reasons for me to engage in race-conscious affirmative
On the other hand, author Jamillah Moore (Race and College Admissions: A Case for Affirmative
Action, McFarland & Company, May 2005) would have none of this, and has no such qualms about diversity as Professor Carter.
Sowell complains that The Shape of the River, which discusses the results of affirmative
action in twenty-eight selective schools in the United States, and takes four hundred pages to do it, is too narrow in scope.
Bollinger and ruled that the University of Michigan Law School could use affirmative
action to diversify its student body.
But I am in favor of aggressive affirmative
Once again this summer, the practice of affirmative
action has stepped into.
The Supreme Court on June 23rd upheld 5-4 the University of Michigan's affirmative
action policy for its law school.
DETROIT - Several large corporations generally applauded the Supreme Court's mixed rulings Monday on the University of Michigan's affirmative
action policies, saying anything that promotes a more diverse workplace is good for business.