SCOTUS Ruling: Affirmative Action in College Admissions

The Supreme Court of the United States opposed affirmative action, ending the consideration of race in college admissions. UVA Law Professors Deborah Hellman and Kimberly Robinson explained the impact this will have in the future for colleges and universities.

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