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'A Failed Medical School': How Racial Preferences, Supposedly Outlawed in California, Have Persisted at UCLA

Up to half of UCLA medical students now fail basic tests of medical competence. Whistleblowers say affirmative action, illegal in California since 1996, is to blame.

May 23, 2024

A Compelling Case for Colorblindness

REVIEW: ‘The End of Race Politics: Arguments for a Colorblind America’ by Coleman Hughes

March 31, 2024

Smithsonian Opens ‘Latinx’ Internship Program to All Races in Face of Legal Challenge

Move comes amid a flurry of lawsuits challenging racial preferences

March 27, 2024

Top Law Firms Revise Diversity Programs Under Legal Pressure

Winston & Strawn and Susman Godfrey remove racial criteria, other requirements

December 6, 2023

Republicans Propose New Office To Enforce Affirmative Action Ban

Legislation from J.D. Vance and Jim Banks would create special inspector general to investigate discriminatory admissions practices

December 5, 2023

Who Pays for Reparations?

How America's changing demographic reality makes reparations a non-starter

October 19, 2023

Just 6 Percent of New S&P Jobs Went to White Applicants in The Wake of George Floyd, Analysis Shows

Findings raise questions about the scope of corporate race discrimination

September 26, 2023