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  • Affirmative action was adopted into the United States during the 1960's.

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  • So this was a tweet from Nicholas Kristof, New York Times columnist: The 32 new Rhodes Scholars picked this weekend constitute a rebuttal to white nationalists.

  • In 1991, the African American Yale Law School professor Stephen Carter wrote a book called Reflections of an Affirmative Action Baby.

  • Recently, Peter Beinart took to the pages of the Atlantic to make a confession.

  • In a post called “The Prophet of Affirmative Action,” John cited and quoted extensively from a letter written in 1969 by California appellate judge Macklin Fleming, a Yale Law graduate, to the dean of Yale Law School.

  • The Children, Gender and Social Protection Ministry is gearing up to launch a campaign push for Parliament to pass the Affirmative Action Bill.

  • SIXTY sitting women legislators were not chosen on merit and have done nothing for the people they are supposed to represent to prove their worth as law makers, Norton MP Temba Mliswa said.

  • Affirmative action provides equal access to education and increases equal-status contact among college students, reducing prejudice.

  • During the 2016 election, Appalachian America received unprecedented levels of press.