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Supreme Court, Affirmative Action, and Implications for America

Join NPR’s Robert Siegel in a timely and enlightening interview with The New York Times’s Emily Bazelon and Jay Caspian Kang, and Harvard Law School graduate and President of Mount Holyoke College Danielle Holly, about the history of Jews in higher education, as they dive deep into the Supreme Court’s recent decision on affirmative action. This discussion will explore the consequences of the court’s ruling on affirmative action, including ramifications for the ethnic makeup of universities and secondary schools. Examine concerns voiced by Jewish, Asian American, Black, Latino, and other communities, especially considering histories of discrimination and exclusion. 

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