As Justice Sotomayor pronounces in her dissent, citing EJS’s and ChangeLawyers’ brief: “At bottom, race conscious admissions benefit all students . . . [t]hat includes the Asian American community.”
The Equal Justice Society shares its profound anger and disappointment in the ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court today in SFFA v. UNC and SFFA v. Harvard. These decisions are a severe blow to the equal opportunity and fairness that EJS fights for and that everyone in this country deserves. Our nation’s future depends onContinue reading “Equal Justice Society: We will not be deterred by a Supreme Court majority running roughshod over our civil and human rights”
The Equal Justice Society today joined a coalition of more than 100 grassroots organizations, labor unions, and advocates for reproductive rights, gun violence prevention, the environment, workers’ rights and more is launching United for Democracy (UFD) — a new nationwide campaign to educate Americans about the impact today’s Supreme Court is having on their lives, freedoms, and democracy.