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    1. College admission: Does race matter in who gets accepted?

      Chattanooga Times Free Press10 hours ago

      EDITOR'S NOTE: On Aug. 4, The New York Times podcast The Daily had a question-and-answer conversation led by host Michael Barbaro about affirmative action. Michael Barbaro: In ...

    2. In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, a new viral social media hashtag is aiming to give a voice to women who have survived sexual assault and harrassment. The hashtag “Me too,” which ...

    3. Affirmative action, while well intended, was never a panacea. The writer mentions a lack of family structure in black communities.

    4. Among other things, it made California the first state to pass an “affirmative consent” law (New York and Connecticut followed), which lays out rules for college students to engage in ...

    5. “Well,” says Stella, “I really hope you don’t think you can use affirmative action and claim Native American ancestry. Because affirmative action is racist and those ...

    6. When my husband came back from Vietnam in 1970, he got his master’s degree and couldn’t find a job, along with so many other vets, because of affirmative action. It was no secret ...

    7. It told of the stereotype of no father in the home and that any job obtained by an African-American was because of affirmative action, although I don’t know how the letter writer ...

    8. Analysts think the way forward is to take politics out of the equation, and make GLICs and GLCs accountable to Parliament via special oversight committees.

    9. And right now Republican lawmakers don't see a reason to take an affirmative action that is the opposite of what they campaigned on doing. House Republicans in particular prickle ...

    10. Two of the world's most prestigious universities, Oxford and Cambridge, have been accused of “social apartheid” by a prominent black British lawmaker, as new figures reveal the state of racial ...

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