Deep Dive 216 – Title VI, College Admissions, and Public Opinion

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With the Supreme Court about to hear two cases involving the use of race in admissions at Harvard and the University of North Carolina, what do Americans actually think about preferential treatment? Dr. Althea Nagai, Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Equal Opportunity (CEO), presented her analysis of recent data from the Pew Research Center on what Americans believe colleges should consider when deciding whom to admit. Her study focuses on the attitudes of some of the beneficiaries of affirmative action, based on a large sample of black and Hispanic respondents as well as Asians and whites. Joining Dr. Nagai on the panel discussion were Theodore Johnson, Director of the Fellows Program at the Brennan Center for Justice, and moderator Linda Chavez, CEO Chair.
Featuring:
- Theodore Johnson, Director, Fellows Program, Brennan Center for Justice
- Althea Nagai, Senior Research Fellow, Center for Equal Opportunity
- [Moderator] Linda Chavez, Chairman, Center for Equal Opportunity
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