Will ACLU oppose racial profiling in college admissions?

Will ACLU oppose racial profiling in college admissions?

If the U.S. Supreme Court rules to uphold the Michigan Civil Rights Act (MCRI) in its current term, voters across the country will be in a stronger position to outlaw race and gender preferences.

That’s the good news.
The bad news is that college admissions officials can continue to play games at the expense of qualified applicants in an effort to boost “diversity” on campus.
That much was evident last year when the high court ruled in favor of a female plaintiff who sued the University of Texas at Austin for using racial considerations in its admissions process that ran counter to the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment.

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