With the Supreme Court poised to potentially outlaw race-conscious admissions, Affirmative Action may soon be on the chopping block.

What will be the legacy of this half-century-old policy? Jason Riley, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and columnist at the Wall Street Journal, discusses affirmative action’s impact both on the black community and the broader American education system.

More about Jason: https://www.manhattan-institute.org/expert/jason-l-riley

His book, “The Black Boom”: httphttps://www.manhattan-institute.org/riley-black-boom 

His book, “Please Stop Helping Us”: https://www.amazon.com/Please-Stop-Helping-Us-Liberals/dp/1594038414

Statistical evidence of the impact of racial preferences in college admissions, mentioned in the discussion: https://www.dukechronicle.com/article/2022/01/harvard-unc-affirmative-action-case-race-admissions-peter-arcidiacano-david-card-expert-witness-duke-university

His piece, “Racial Preferences Harm Their Beneficiaries, Too,” WSJ https://www.wsj.com/articles/college-racial-preferences-harm-beneficiaries-harvard-unc-supreme-court-higher-education-college-students-affirmative-action-11664917859

His piece, “The College Board’s Racial Pandering,” WSJ https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-college-boards-racial-pandering-education-k-12-schooling-ap-courses-exams-testing-high-schools-math-reading-propaganda-11664309793

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