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  • Curt Levey

CFJ to SCOTUS: Harvard’s 100 Years of Racial Discrimination is Enough

The Committee for Justice—along with the Pacific Legal Foundation and others—filed an amicus brief in the Harvard and University of North Carolina cases being argued today in the Supreme Court. The cases challenge the Supreme Court’s 2003 ruling in Grutter v. Bollinger that universities can use racial preferences in admissions to achieve broad-based diversity.