Affirmative Action

Over Half of Black Americans Support Affirmative Action Ban

A new Gallup poll found that 52% of black Americans support the U.S. Supreme Court's ban on affirmative action.

New Zealand’s Newly Elected Conservative Prime Minister Vows to Cut Taxes, Reduce Gun Restrictions

New Zealand's incoming Prime Minister Christopher Luxon said under the country's new leadership, its residents will see more conservative policies such as cutting taxes and reducing gun restrictions.

Vivek Ramaswamy Wants to Add Physical Fitness to SAT Testing

GOP Republican candidate Vivek Ramaswamy reportedly wants to add physical fitness testing to the SAT standardized test.

Law School Administrators Work To Evade Supreme Court Ban on Affirmative Action

Law school administrators are attempting to work around the Supreme Court's ban on race-based admissions decisions.

DeSantis Open to RFK Jr. Leading FDA, CDC in Hypothetical Presidential Administration

Stick Kennedy "on the FDA if he’d be willing to serve, or stick him on CDC," said DeSantis.

Corporate America Beginning to Drop ‘Diversity, Equity and Inclusion’ Roles Amid Budget Cuts

Demand to fill Diversity, Equity and Inclusion roles is hitting new lows amid corporate America's struggle to stay afloat in the Biden economy.

Republican Attorneys General Demand End to Race-Based Quotas in Hiring Practices in Letter to All Fortune 100 Companies

"[R]acial discrimination under the guise of affirmative action must end," the letter demands

Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor Staff Pressures Colleges, Libraries to Purchase Her Books

“The problem at the Supreme Court is there’s no one there to say whether this is wrong,” said Kedric Payne from the Campaign Legal Center.

Sen. Tom Cotton Criticizes Target’s DEI Program as Racially Discriminatory, Threatens Legal Action

Senator Cotton's argument is that Target's race-based initiatives, which purportedly aim to increase diversity and inclusion, may actually contravene federal civil rights laws by actively discriminating based on race.

DEI Investment Declines: Majority of Large Companies Scaling Back Budgets, Cast Doubt on ‘Woke’ Progress

A recent Gallup poll reveals a decline in intended DEI investment, with 59% of 140 large companies planning to increase their DEI budgets in the next year, a significant drop from 84% in 2022.

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