After the conservative Supreme Court majority overturned affirmative action, former First Lady Michelle Obama reacted with a powerful and personal statement.
What America will lose, now that affirmative action is effectively gone.
The Supreme Court just effectively ended colleges’ ability to consider race in admissions. Here’s what could happen next.
Everything you need to know about the two cases that will likely have sweeping implications for race-conscious admissions at US colleges and beyond.
The Court’s decision will almost certainly have the same effect as a total ban on race-conscious admissions.
The former first lady and president said the now-struck policy had “allowed generations of students … to prove we belonged.”
The president said he strongly disagrees with the decision.
The Supreme Court’s momentous decision was decades in the making.
The Biden administration said existing religious protections are sufficient. But mail carrier Gerald Groff said he shouldn't have to deliver packages on Sunday.
The Supreme Court revived the case of a former mail carrier, an evangelical Christian, who said the United States Postal Service violated federal law by failing to reasonably accommodate his inability to work on Sundays.
"My heart breaks for any young person out there who’s wondering what their future holds," the former first lady wrote.
Two of the remaining cases are challenges to President Joe Biden’s student debt forgiveness program.
The decision striking down affirmative action in college admissions will give critics of DEI efforts ammunition and prompt companies to carefully review programs, experts say.
Looking ahead to the Supreme Court’s potentially radical next move.
"This is not a normal court," Biden said, when asked if it had gone "rogue."
Thursday’s extraordinary Supreme Court decision to banish race as a factor in college admissions is sharply dividing the parties on Capitol Hill, where Democrats denounced the ruling as a blow to c…
President Biden urged colleges and universities in the U.S. to maintain a commitment to ensuring diverse student bodies in the wake of a Supreme Court ruling that struck down affirmative action mea…
President Biden on Thursday weighed in on the Supreme Court following its decision to upend affirmative action in college admissions, calling it “not normal.” “This is not a normal cour…
MSNBC host Alex Witt asked Thursday whether the Supreme Court deserves "blowback" for "defying" public opinion in making its decisions.
President Trump on Thursday reacted to the Supreme Court’s decision to crush the racist ‘Affirmative Action’ policies at Harvard and the University of North Carolina.
“Our country has never been colorblind,” Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson wrote, calling the ruling gutting affirmative action “a tragedy for us all.”
The Supreme Court’s landmark ruling Thursday on affirmative action pitted its two Black justices against each other.
The president pledged to direct the Department of Education to analyze practices for promoting diversity within the education system.
Biden slammed the U.S. Supreme Court for striking down racial preferences in college admissions: "This is not a normal court."
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