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The Justice Department confirms it is looking into a complaint that accuses Harvard University of discriminating against Asian-American applicants. The probe raises questions about whether college admission policies in general may come under scrutiny by the Trump Administration. A coalition of more than 60 organizations accuses Harvard of holding Asian-American applicants to higher standards than black and Latino applicants. The group asked the federal government to investigate two years ago, but the Obama administration dismissed the claim without evaluating its merit because a similar lawsuit had already been filed in federal district court. But now the Trump administration says it will look into whether Harvard's practices break the law.
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Department of Justice Dismisses Case Against Yale That Basically Alleged Reverse Discrimination
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Yale University's undergraduate admissions process "illegally discriminates" against White and Asian students, the Department of Justice said Thursday. The department said Yale must agree not to use race or national origin as criteria in its next admissions cycle, and that if it plans to consider race in the future, "it must first submit to the Department of Justice a plan demonstrating its proposal is narrowly tailored as required by law, including by identifying a date for the end of race discrimination. Yale denied the allegation. Karen Peart, a spokeswoman for the university, said in a statement to CNBC that the Justice Department made its conclusions before Yale had provided enough information to show that its practices "absolutely comply with decades of Supreme Court precedent. The DOJ's probe of Yale found that Asian American and White students are one-tenth to one-fourth as likely to be admitted to the New Haven, Connecticut, university as Black students with comparable academic resumes, the press release said.
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The Department of Justice has dismissed a case against Yale alleging that the school participated in the scourge that countless white folks across the country face: reverse racism. It also alleged that the university violated Title VI of the Civil Rights Act, which prohibits discrimination based on race, color or national origin in programs that receive federal financial assistance. The Justice Department also withdrew its notices to Yale of Title VI violation and noncompliance on Wednesday, university officials said. In August , the DOJ demanded that Yale stop using race or national origin in its upcoming admissions cycle, and gave the university until Aug. Students for Fair Admissions, the anti-affirmative action advocacy group that has filed similar cases against Yale and Harvard, was not so pleased with the decision.
Newsweek published this story under the headline "Reverse Discrimination" on March 7, In light of recent news involving President Donald Trump targeting affirmative action, Newsweek is republishing the story. The charge of "reverse discrimination"-meaning racial discrimination against whites or sexual discrimination against men-is fast becoming one of the most explosive issues in the field of civil rights.