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The Attack on Affirmative Action Is Simple and Powerful—and Wrong

 

 

Here we go again.

The news that the Trump administration may use the U.S. Justice Department’s front office to investigate the use of affirmative action in colleges and universities demonstrates the challenge of clear and accurate communication regarding this hot-button subject. When a simple idea clashes with one that is complicated and nuanced, often the truth loses out.

Lisa and I had the privilege of leading communications during the University of Michigan’s defense of affirmative action at the Supreme Court. Read the rest of our essay in today’s Inside Higher Education.