Blogging on integration

The NAACP has started a blog focusing on Supreme Court cases involving school integration.

On Discriminations, John Rosenberg looks at what’s changed since the University of California stopped considering race and ethnicity in admissions: The percentage of underrepresented minorities rose from 18.6% of the admitted freshmen in 1997 to 22.9 percent in 2007. The percentage of blacks declined slightly from 3.8 to 3.6 percent.

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  1. Walter E. Wallis says:

    It is not the relative worthiness of blacks that Brown vs Board approached, it was the inherent equality of everyone UNDER LAW that rejects division by race.
    The NAACP and the KKK have common cause on the subject of race. They both believe it is reasonable to let the color of skin classify the man. Busing ruined generations.