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Future of Affirmative Action

Guests: MARYANN GEORGE Reporter, Detroit Free Press JOHN MCWHORTER Associate Professor, Department of Liguistics, University of California, Berkeley, CA Author, Losing the Race: Self-Sabotage in Black America (Free Press, 2000) A federal judge has ordered the University of Michigan to stop using race as a factor in determining who can attend law school. The case appears destined for the Supreme Court, which could decide what role affirmative action and diversity play in college admissions policies. Join Juann Williams and guests for a look at affirmative action programs - Do we still need them? It's the Changing Face of America, from Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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