The Huffington Post
Willian A. Darity Jr.
Alan A. Aja
July 18, 2014
Earlier this month a divided Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the University of Texas' right to use race amongst its criteria for undergraduate admissions, however limited that right may be. While the decision will be viewed as a small victory for supporters of race-based affirmative action, this is little reason to believe that the widely held claim that black and Latino students enter selective universities as comparatively inferior students must face from matriculation to graduation, a stigma with undoubted adverse psychological and economic consequence that follows them well beyond higher education and into the labor market.
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