WSJ: The New Jews of Harvard Admissions – Asian-Americans are rebelling over evidence that they are held to a much higher standard, but elite colleges deny using quotas.
“Here’s hoping the next stage of the affirmative-action debate in higher education finally has arrived. Last year’s Supreme Court decision upholding Michigan’s ban on racial preferences in public-university admissions included a passionate dissent by Justice Sonia Sotomayor, who argued that such policies benefit “racial minorities,” by which she means blacks and Hispanics. Nowhere in Justice […]
This article was originally published in NPR by Sam Sanders on November 20, 2014. If you go to HarvardNotFair.org, you’ll find yourself on a page that says this: Were You Denied Admission to Harvard? It may be because you’re the wrong race. UNCnotfair.org says the same thing about the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. And […]
There has been a great deal of coverage (NYT and National Law Journal, for example) of our efforts since we launched just a few days ago. One of the most insightful pieces about his legal challenge comes from Richard Kahlenberg, a senior fellow at the Century Foundation, writing for the Chronicle of Higher Education. He explains why […]
Welcome to the HarvardNotFair.org blog! If you are reading this, there is a good likelihood that you or someone you know was unfairly and unconstitutionally rejected from Harvard. Please tell them about this site. We believe that your race and ethnicity should not be a factor in Harvard’s admissions policies. You can learn more about […]