Blog: The past, present and future of affirmative action in California
In the wake of the uprisings this past summer, public surveys show that Americans have a greater appreciation of the reality and extent of what is sometimes called “systemic racism,” or the ways in which institutional arrangements and societal...
Why Race Matters in College Admissions
Haas Institute Assistant Director Stephen Menendian explains the importance of considering race in university admissions. Transcript: Stephen Menendian: I'm Stephen Menendian, the assistant director and director of research at the Haas Institute...
Landmark Decision in Fisher v. Texas Falls on Side of Diversity and Inclusion
Amicus brief filed on behalf of 35 leading social scientists by Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, and Equal Justice Society, argued that UT Austin's admissions policy should be allowed to consider race...
Fisher v Texas Amicus Brief by Social and Organizational Psychologists
Amicus brief in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin says UT admissions policy must be allowed to consider race in order to promote equal educational opportunity for all students. Download the brief.
Fisher v. Texas: The Limits of Exhaustion and the Future of Race-Conscious University Admissions
Haas Institute Director john a. powell and Assistant Director Stephen Menendian recently wrote an article published in the University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform about the Fisher v. Texas case. This article delves into why the Supreme Court's decision in overruling the student was important to race-conscious admissions.
Fisher v. Texas: Implications for K-12 Integration
February 22, 2014 Presented during University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform's Symposium: "Affirmative Action and School Diversity After Fisher v. Texas." Fisher v. Texas_Implications for K-12 Integration.pptx
Fisher v. Texas and the Future of Affirmative Action
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E&I Brown Bag Presentation: Fisher v. Texas & The Future of Affirmative Action
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Haas Institute files joint brief in Fisher v. Texas
The Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society at UC Berkeley, the Equal Justice Society, and the law firm of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati have jointly filed a brief in the United States Supreme Court asking the Court to uphold the University of Texas’ race-conscious admissions policy.