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By Joan Biskupic In recent months, Harvard University has come under attack in court for allegedly limiting the number of Asian-American students it admits. A Reuters examination reveals how the lawsuit brought in their name arose from a broader goal: … Continue reading
By Henry Louis Gates and Julie Wolf Who was the first person to ask for reparations for slavery? In America the concept of reparations for slavery is generally thought to have originated during the Civil War era, with the failed … Continue reading
By Aura Bogado During her now-infamous CNN appearance, Zimmerman case Juror B37 made clear that, in her opinion, most people would have reacted the way that George Zimmerman did the night he shot and killed Trayvon Martin. If she meant that a … Continue reading
By Keli Goff Now that the Supreme Court has kicked Fisher v. University of Texas, its first major affirmative action case in a decade, back to the lower court, the outcome is still up on the air. But something that … Continue reading
Soledad O’Brien addressed criticism from “white people” about her documentaries about race in America in a new video. O’Brien has hosted five documentaries in CNN’s “Black In America” series. In a talk at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, she said … Continue reading
Fantastic!!! Congratulations!!! A great achievement!! Piscataway girl, 15, decides to go to Harvard after being accepted to 13 colleges | NJ.com.