Justice Department Tells Yale to Stop Discriminating Against Asians and Whites

Justice Department Tells Yale to Stop Discriminating Against Asians and Whites, by Melissa Korn.

As a condition of receiving millions of dollars in taxpayer funding, Yale expressly agrees to comply with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, a cornerstone civil-rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national origin in programs and activities that receive federal financial assistance.

The Department of Justice found Yale discriminates based on race and national origin in its undergraduate admissions process, and that race is the determinative factor in hundreds of admissions decisions each year.

Yale Univesity

For the great majority of applicants, Asian Americans and whites have only one-tenth to one-fourth of the likelihood of admission as African American applicants with comparable academic credentials. Yale rejects scores of Asian American and white applicants each year based on their race, whom it otherwise would admit. …

Yale racially balances its classes. …

The Department of Justice has demanded Yale agree not to use race or national origin in its upcoming 2020-2021 undergraduate admissions cycle, and, if Yale proposes to consider race or national origin in future admissions cycles, it must first submit to the Department of Justice a plan demonstrating its proposal is narrowly tailored as required by law, including by identifying a date for the end of race discrimination.

Systematic racism, anyone?

This institution, and others like it, are where the current US elite has been educated. They are making our world like their world.

Stephen Harper asks:

Did you mean ‘systemic’ (ingrained, all-pervasive, structural) or did you mean ‘systematic’ (methodical, having a plan, method-in-your-madness)?

Steve Sailer:

Basically, there is no way to let in many blacks and Latinos without massive racial thumbs on the scale in the admissions process.

With racial quotas in undergraduate admissions being over 50 years old, we are now seeing third-generation quota beneficiaries, with virtually no evidence that anything is going to change at any point in the future.