UNC argues on behalf of affirmative action in Supreme Court case

Law students at UNC sit in the Graham Kenan Courtroom to listen to a livestream of Supreme Court oral arguments in the case SFFA v. UNC (Chris Kammerer / Carolina Connection)

On Monday, UNC went to Washington D.C. to defend its race-conscious admissions policy in front of the Supreme Court. Opposing the policy is a conservative activist group, Students for Fair Admissions, which claims that affirmative action unfairly discriminates against white and Asian-American students.

Chris Kammerer recaps the arguments and speaks with students on campus about the case.

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