Just as it became unacceptable to fire some due to race, it became OK to boot them for organizing a union. Let's change that.
Randall Kennedy admits it helped him—and proves why we need it
After a decade hiatus, affirmative action in higher education has come back before the U.S. Supreme Court not once but twice. The court decided Fisher v. University of Texas in June, making it more difficult for colleges to justify racial preferences. And this fall, the court will hear a case challenging a voter referendum banning affirmative action in Michigan. Unfortunately, much of the discussion is marred by tendentious argument and obfuscation.