Potential SCOTUS rule could overturn affirmative action

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The Supreme Court is poised to say that colleges and universities can no longer take race into consideration in admissions programs, a decision that will likely overturn decades-old precedent and could diminish the number of African American and Hispanic students in higher education.

Prof. Stephanie Lindquist, Exec. Director at the Center for Constitutional Design at ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor Law School, speaks more about this potential rule. She will talk about SCOTUS hearing affirmative action cases and what their decision could mean for Arizona and the nation.

Prof. Stephanie Lindquist, Exec. Director for Center for Constitutional Design at ASU's Sandra Day O’Connor Law School

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