The absurdities that result from overreliance on semi-arbitrary race-based categories
Victories for Liberty, Property Rights, and Nondiscrimination on Three Major California Ballot Measures
Beneficial outcomes on at least three of four important California ballot measures: racial preferences, rent control, and protecting ride-share businesses and workers.
California Voters Reject Race, Sex, Ethnic Preferences in Government Employment, Education, and Contracting
California is vastly further Left today than it was in 1996 when it generally banned such preferences—yet even California voters rejected a repeal of the ban, by a 56-44% margin.
Californians Vote on Four Ballot Measures with Major Stakes for Liberty, Property Rights, and Justice
These votes could have a big impact on the nation as a whole, as well as California.
A November ballot initiative would pit minority communities against each other.
Assembly Constitutional Amendment 5 is now in the hands of the state Senate.
Race-based admissions will likely make a return visit to the Supreme Court.
The Health Sciences Center did not demonstrate that race-based affirmative action was necessary to achieve diversity.
Watch the Oxford-style debate hosted by the Soho Forum.
Her experience is a good example of why affirmative action policies are a bad idea.
What worked to limit Jewish enrollment 100 years ago has also worked to limit Asian enrollment.
"Evidence indicates that a driving factor in Harvard's admissions process... may be infected with racial bias against Asian Americans."
Reason editors discuss what anti-immigration fantasy looks like when translated into policy, and how education diversity goals lead to discrimination.
Caltech doesn't practice affirmative action, and its Asian American student population has increased. Harvard, on the other hand...
Attn, New York-area Reasonoids: Soho Forum debate is tonight in East Village.
Reason editors talk immigration, affirmative action, and why the "Pharma Bro" witch hunt should concern everyone.
Whether affirmative action is helpful at all is debatable.
Lawrence Ross vs. Kmele Foster in a public debate at the Soho Forum
Kmele Foster and Lawrence C. Ross, Jr. debate in New York on May 16.
SCOTUS rules 4-3 in closely watched case of Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin.
A decision in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin is expected soon.
Fifty years of affirmative action has fomented racial inequality at colleges.
The Supreme Court may end mandatory union dues for California school teachers and limit state taking of property.
India's upper-caste quota wars suggest that racial quotas for whites are not so far fetched
Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin is headed back to SCOTUS.
Pending court cases pertaining to race-based legislation.
How productive could a pro-diversity event be if it was not itself diverse?
Clearly all people contribute to diversity in one way or another.
It's very difficult for low-income 13-year-olds to cobble together appealing resumes.
Opponents of affirmative action were unfazed by the ruling.
YAL has agreed to drop its lawsuit in exchange for administrators revising the policy.
Sotomayor thinks legacy admissions are somehow helping the disadvantaged, when in reality they do the opposite.
The Supreme Court and the court of public opinion are both shifting against race-based affirmative action in college admissions.
Democrats are pitting African Americans, Asian Americans, and Latinos against each other.