Racial Preferences

Some articles on racial preferences, preference:

Affirmative Action In The United States - Implementation in Universities
... a prominent form of racial preferences relates to access to education, particularly admission to universities and other forms of higher education ... The racial preferences debate related to admission to U.S ... If diversity is a goal of the university and their racial preferences do not discriminate against applicants based on hatred or contempt, then affirmative action can ...
Laissez-faire Racism - Racial Preferences and Laissez-Faire Racism
... According to Walter Allen, racial preferences are an equal opportunity program that was widely implemented from 1965 to 1994 ... Racial preferences have come under intense scrutiny for the past decade by those who don’t see a need for the program, often calling it racist, that seeks to punish Asians and Whites ... The color-blind ideals would make racial preferences unnecessary because it is based on the idea that we live in a society where race is neither acknowledged nor important ...
Center For Individual Rights - Important Cases - Civil Rights
... challenges to the University of Michigan's policies giving preference to minority applicants to its undergraduate college (Gratz) and its law school (Grutter) ... and has brought subsequent challenges to the University's continuing use of racial preferences in admissions ... the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit banned racial preferences at the University of Texas ...

Famous quotes containing the words preferences and/or racial:

    This is the great truth life has to teach us ... that gratification of our individual desires and expression of our personal preferences without consideration for their effect upon others brings in the end nothing but ruin and devastation.
    Hortense Odlum (1892–?)

    Human beings will be happier—not when they cure cancer or get to Mars or eliminate racial prejudice or flush Lake Erie but when they find ways to inhabit primitive communities again. That’s my utopia.
    Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (b. 1922)