Today, the Supreme Court of the United States in a 6-2 vote struck down affirmative action in the state of Michigan by upholding a law the state had enacted in 2006 that bans the use of racial preference in state university admissions.
They’re probably many that are calling the decision the beginning of the end of an era. Those same people may even see affirmative action as a dinosaur that has outlived its usefulness. Who knows but they could be right. Continue reading