Washington sources stated that an Asian-American group is suing Harvard University, saying that admission files showed a pattern of discrimination against the community that goes back decades. Meanwhile the media reported that the group, Students for Fair Admissions, has demanded the varsity to publicly release admissions data on hundreds of thousands of applicants which challenges Harvard’s admissions policies.
Meanwhile the plaintiffs said in a letter to the court that the data was so compelling that there was no need for a trial, and that they would ask the judge to rule summarily in their favor based on the data alone. William S. Consovoy, the lawyer for the group, said in his letter to the court “This is an important and closely watched civil rights case”.
for Fair Admissions contend in their lawsuit that Harvard systematically and
unconstitutionally discriminates against Asian-American applicants by penalizing
their high achievement as a group, while giving preferences to other racial and
ethnic minorities and moreover they said that Harvard’s admission process
amounts to an illegal quota system.
Americans wants Trump to be focused and Presidential: Pramila Jayapal Washington sources reported that Indian-American Congressman Pramila Jayapal has said Americans are recognizing that they don’t trust the US President who has maintained that he knew nothing about what was went on in his campaign. Meanwhile her comments came after Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges last week.
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