Posted BY: Harry G. Hutchison

Although the Civil Rights Act of 1964 reasserted the principle that no one should be discriminated against based on race, it has been clear that racial identity proponents led by our cultural elites have succeeded in dividing America into racial categories while allocating jobs and even elections based on race.  Two recent Supreme Court cases challenge this move.  The Court heard arguments regarding two critical cases brought by the Students for Fair Admissions Inc. (“SFFA.)” SFFA is “dedicated to defending the right to racial equality in college admissions.”   These related cases — SFFA v. Harvard and SFFA v. the University of North Carolina — are primarily driven by SFFA’s members, including Asian American students who were denied admission to Harvard and the University of North Carolina.

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