Admissions On Trial: Seven Decades of Race and Higher Ed
Special | 56m 46s
At many universities, race helps determine who’s admitted. But a Supreme Court case could soon end that nationwide. We trace this issue from 1946 to today, and examine what race-blind admissions might look like. Activists, lawyers, university officials, students, and people who fought segregation discuss what diversity means, whether it matters, and how we should–and shouldn't–be able to seek it.
Aired: 05/29/13Video has closed captioning.
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Support for Admissions on Trial is provided by: The William & Salome McAllen Scanlan Foundation, The RGK Foundation, The Meyer Levy Foundation, and Texas Bar Foundation