Since the Supreme Court struck down affirmative action in college admissions, questions remain over how this will affect students and who will be impacted. The court sided with plaintiffs who argued race-conscious admissions discriminate against Asian Americans. We hear Asian American students’ thoughts on the decision and Amna Nawaz discusses their views with Janelle Wong and Susana Liu-Hedberg.
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