UNC heads to the Supreme Court to defend Affirmative Action in admissions

The leaders of Students for Affirmative Action, a group that supports UNC’s efforts to defend its use of race in admission policies.  Pictured from left are Christina Huang, Sarah Zhang, Joy Jiang, and Adela Zhang (Chris Kammerer / Carolina Connection)

UNC-Chapel Hill is preparing for oral arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court Monday. UNC is one defendant in a case questioning its race-conscious admissions policies, commonly known as Affirmative Action. The case may overturn more than a half century of precedent at public universities regarding their ability to consider race in the admissions process.

Chris Kammerer has the story.

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