The Supreme Court of the United States is expected to deliver decisions on two cases concerning affirmative action in college admissions, including one case involving Harvard, in the coming weeks. The conservative-leaning court is anticipated to rule against the race-conscious admission practices used by elite schools like Harvard to promote a diversified student body, which the plaintiffs in each case argue are racially discriminatory.
MassLive Reporting Fellow Alvin Buyinza joins The Common to discuss how a ban on race-conscious admissions could impact diversity on many of the highly selective campuses in the Boston area.
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