DOJ investigating Harvard’s admission policies: report

ㅤ”‘The Department of Justice takes seriously any potential violation of an individual’s civil and constitutional rights,’ Justice spokesman Devin O’Malley told the Journal.
ㅤHarvard has said in the past that its admissions policies on race have lined up with legal precedent set over the past 40 years by the Supreme Court, which has allowed for race to be a factor in the admissions process.
ㅤHowever, the issue of affirmative action on college campuses has been a longstanding debate in courts across the U.S.
ㅤSchools that are in violation of Title VI can be cut off from federal funds.”

Full story at The Hill, image from thehill(.com) • affirmative action, civil rights, devin o’malley, doj, fbi, jeff sessions, justice department, sessions

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