Overall, Yuill is quite effective in tracking some of the changes in affirmative
action through the Nixon presidency.
2632(c) (5)(A)(i) or (2) made an affirmative
partial allocation, as provided in Kegs.
The economist Thomas Sowell's name appears in Anderson's book only twice, and in each case the reference is a fleeting one containing nary a word about Sowell's prodigious studies of the real consequences of affirmative
action policies in the U.
Wise covers some of the same territory, and also deals forcefully with the issue of affirmative
action for whites in his book Affirmative
Action: Racial Preference in Black and White (Routledge, January 2005).
Finally, even though the affirmative
action program was not limited in duration, Justice O'Connor implied a 25 year termination point, noting it was unlikely the program would be needed in the distant future.
If Owens does truly "favor aggressive affirmative
action," perhaps he's talked the legislators out of filing the bills.
The basic premise of affirmative
action is that, given the long-standing and deeply-rooted cultural stigma attached to factors such as dark skin color, racial minorities and others will continue to suffer social exclusion without concerted, conscious, and deliberate efforts to incorporate them into public life.
filed a friend-of- the-court brief in the case supporting affirmative
action, said spokesman Bryant Haskins.
Lawyers representing the university argue that diversity is an important part of education, and that affirmative
action helps to achieve this goal.
And in the recent debates over affirmative
action, Connerly writes that although he appreciated applause from the conservatives for his rhetoric in favor of colorblindness, "I was also aware that if I had been saying the same things before the same audiences thirty-five years earlier, I would have gotten a far different reception.
Sponsors of the event expected to publish a book of conference papers that would include a ringing endorsement of Affirmative
The shift comes in the wake of Proposition 209, the ballot initiative that ended affirmative
action in California.
means "yes" and action means "to do," so we are talking about procedures which are implemented by government to say "yes" to some kind of "doing.
The bills differed, however, concerning affirmative
action provisions in the operation of the facility.
has affirmed the financial strength rating (FSR) of B (Fair) and the issuer credit ratings (ICR) of "bb+" of Affirmative
Insurance Group (Affirmative
) and two of its members, Affirmative
Insurance Company and Insura Property and Casualty Insurance Company.