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Bob's Blog This blog is looking for wisdom, to have and to share. It is not an easy road, because all of us fall short. But God is love, forgiveness and grace.
Those who believe in Him and repent of their sins have the promise of His Holy Spirit to guide us and show us the Way. They punish you when you succeed. You may have heard about the lawsuit in which 20, Asian American students, parents, and others allege that Harvard discriminates against them in its admission policies.
The lawsuit against Harvard by Students for Fair Admissions has successfully raised that question. Black and Hispanic students get recruitment letters if they score only on their SATs.
If there were racial inequities at Harvard toward black students, the NAACP lawyers would be suing Harvard, instead of filing briefs in defense of the racial inequities that benefit them. The success of Asian students exposes the racist lie on which all the claims of white privilege are built.
If America is a racist society that excludes non-whites, why do Asians succeed and thrive in it? America is not a white supremacist society.
The lawsuit by Students for Fair Admissions reveals what racism in America really looks like. The Harvard lawsuit asks Asians and every other identity group in America whether, as individuals and a community, they benefit or lose from opting out of meritocracy in exchange for group privileges.
Some groups are willing to suppress individual merit for collective privileges even though accepting them sharply caps their individual ability to succeed.
Others want off the plantation. As the data out of Harvard shows, racial quotas work both ways. They reward a minority group as long as it performs poorly. But once it succeeds, they start punishing it for its success. No white supremacist plot could have done more damage to the minority communities that foolishly accepted the poisoned gift of affirmative action.
The Harvard lawsuit is waking up Asian-Americans to the real cost of affirmative action. Racial quotas help you when you fail.We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. Historical Note & Provenance. Folk Coll 11 is Utah State University's cowboy poetry collection.
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