ACLU Petitions Supreme Court to Keep Anti-White Discrimination in Universities
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has filed an amicus brief to protect university policies discriminating against white people in student admissions.
The ACLU is working with the University of North Carolina and Harvard University to keep institutionalized anti-white discrimination in place. They argue that because diversity is a strength, racial quotas are necessary because it makes campus life stronger and more equalized, or something.
The ACLU filed their amicus brief in the Supreme Court cases of Students for Fair Admissions v. President and Fellows of Harvard and Students for Fair Admissions v. University of North Carolina. Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA) fights for a meritocracy in school admission policies nationwide.
Sarah Hinger, staff lawyer for the ACLU’s racial justice policy, said that “ending the consideration of race in college admission would ignore the country’s ongoing challenge of racial inequality and threaten diversity and inclusion on campuses everywhere.”
She added that “race-conscious admission practices help create a diverse student body and enrich the educational experiences of all students. The Supreme Court’s holdings have recognized this for decades, and we urge the court to protect universities’ ability to consider race in the admissions process.”
Big League Politics has reported on the ACLU’s use of lawfare to push their overwhelmingly unpopular far-left agenda nationwide:
“The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is suing to revoke an Arkansas law that prevents children from being drugged and mutilated for the purposes of their so-called gender transition.
Arkansas passed the law after overriding a veto from Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson, who argued that protecting the purity of children from abusive predators violates limited government principles. The ACLU is trying to overturn the will of the people to empower an LGBT agenda promoting Sodom-esque depravity.