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Sereina Ferguson Dec 2
Harvard, if the group you are prioritizing says you are doing something wrong, then you are doing something wrong. Putting an underrepresented group at the top, does not equate to equality sis, this is not Animal Farm
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Fidika Nov 29
Admissions has always tended to favor whiter and wealthier students, so affirmative action is a means of legislating racial equity into a system that supports racial inequality. The tweet, and the article, embody my opinions on the case well.
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セセちゃん Dec 6
1) Because it used to be discrimination to employment and school admissions, the government decided to create that law to prevent this to happen. appeard with J.F.K in 1961.
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Aditya Kapoor 6h
Proper and will only happen when the judiciary can byepass political compulsions. That will be a great moment for the future of this country.
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SpazztasticBabySpaulding 18h
All Americans need to be reminded. Just how deep this goes with Liawatha...That’s right, Fauxohantas, honest Americans don’t appreciate you exploiting 4yerOWN benefit!🤬
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Joe Nov 29
Replying to @QTAnon1
But untouchable and we all know why! Our president!
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Barb Wire Dec 4
Replying to @Newsweek
Legacy admissions are still okay though, amirite? for rich white kids.
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Cathy Chan Dec 2
The problem isn't only that she misrepresented herself, with the implications that she faces discrimination like a POC, it's also that she potentially took a job that a POC could have gotten and Harvard was still around to parade their faux diversity
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Kelly Rek Dec 4
Imagine to mandate more blacks in hockey ..... and to mandate more whites in basketball.
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HARSH GUPTA Nov 29
Before you economically uplift a section via affirmative actions, morally uplift it. Impose a sense of responsibility on their collective conscience first. South Asian governments and society easily forget this. This increases crime.
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Joe Dec 2
Shows us who our colleges are educating! Money from abroad and speak louder than peon citizens!
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Not Mike Prisuta Dec 5
Ya See,Lily White Annie, your people haven't been oppressed in for 400 years like African Americans! rails against college , calls it "institutionalized anti-white racism"
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Nathan Yeung Nov 30
I believe that affirmative action should be in place so that all students, no matter your background, can attend a prestigious university. The problem with affirmative action arises when Harvard stereotypes Asian Americans as having "no personality."
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Kercena A. Dozier, Esq. Dec 2
Replying to @KercenaDozier
*that we do more to right historic educational disparities,&that we protect&expand race-conscious admissions polices like (Micah 6:8) *that more POC believe&know that college is for them & for us to make a college education a guaranteed,free & accessible right
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Drew Smith Dec 3
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ENM News Dec 4
Pamela S. Karlan’s formidable reputation as a scholar and Supreme Court advocate, coupled with a deep commitment to progressive causes, have made her a leader of the sometimes disorganized liberal legal movement.Her credentialsMs.
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The Guardian Nigeria Dec 1
“This bill seeks to alter the provisions of the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 to reserve 35 per cent of ministerial positions for women and for other purposes.”
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Ramachandra Rao Dec 5
Thanks a ton to Hyderabad police for taking affirmative action Wherever these kind of heinous incidents are happening, please take a leaf out of this episode.
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Karl Marx's Son Dec 1
When he says "Women have more rights than Blacks" he means WHITE bitches! White females have benefited more from than Black people EVER did! Yes, Black people are always at for our right to exist!
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Neilee James Dec 4
The judge wrote a crucial statement- “In other words, although the statistics perhaps tell ‘what,’ they do not tell ‘why,’ and here the ‘why’ is critically important.” They would have a better chance if they wait and present a more developed case.
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