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Explore the debate and science of Racial Preferences.

May 3, 2022

The Proof Is in the Data

Marina Ziemnick

Administrators at elite universities rarely talk about their discrimination against Asian Americans. Instead, the proof of discrimination appears in the data.

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March 8, 2022

Racial Engineering at America’s Top STEM High School

Marina Ziemnick

Let’s hope that Judge Hilton’s initial verdict against Thomas Jefferson High School’s racially discriminatory admissions process is a sign of the victory to come.

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February 15, 2022

Replaying the NFL's Latest Fumble

Marina Ziemnick

College administrators should pay attention to Brian Flores’s experience and eliminate race-based hiring and promotion policies.

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January 25, 2022

We’ll See You in Court, After All

Marina Ziemnick

The Supreme Court has propped up racial discrimination in this country for over four decades. It’s time for a new ruling to turn the tide. 

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December 21, 2021

‘Tis the Season for Admissions Folly!

David Acevedo

When it comes to anti-Asian racism, the Biden administration is all bark and no bite.

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May 24, 2021

An Open Letter to Ronald S. Rochon, President of the University of Southern Indiana

Peter Wood

In February, a USI dean pressured two hiring committees to use their hiring processes to “diversify the faculty,” i.e., to engage in illegal racial discrimination.

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February 9, 2021

DoJ Reverses Course on Yale Lawsuit

David Acevedo

The Department of Justice has dropped its lawsuit against Yale University, which alleged that the school is in ongoing violation of civil rights law in its undergraduate admissions.

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November 25, 2020

Happy Thanksgiving from NAS!

David Acevedo

Even in this rollercoaster of a year, there is still much for which we may be thankful. Here are our top five encouraging higher ed developments from 2020.

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November 17, 2020

Circuit Court Upholds Race Preferences in Admissions

David Acevedo

The First Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of Harvard's admissions practices, claiming that there is "no error" in them.

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November 17, 2020

Surprise! Americans Oppose Discrimination

John Rosenberg

When you spell out what "affirmative action" actually entails, Americans of every stripe vote against it. Race and sex preferences only pass when lawmakers obfuscate their true meaning.

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