I ran across this Columbus Dispatch Newspaper article from Feb2011 at AmRen's website.
Why is "skin color" still a qualifying factor for college admission in the 21st century?
I suspect these policies are a whole lot more wide spread than just Ohio State and Miami universities?
I thought liberals and the democrat party were suppose to be champions of the victims of racism?
This is a yes or no/black or white answer with absolutely no grey area to hide behind.
You either condone and defend racism OR you speak up and publicly denounce it here and now.
I believe it is safe to assume that any poster who is afraid to cast a vote most likely condones racism.
I have chosen the username to register with your vote, option...Lets find out who walks the talk.
Ohio State, Miami universities accused of racial bias in admissions
A group that fights race-based admissions policies at colleges says Ohio State and Miami universities discriminate against white and Asian students by favoring black applicants.
The Center for Equal Opportunity released a study this morning that it says shows that the schools treat undergraduate students with similar academic records differently.
It says black students were favored at Miami by a ratio of 10-1 over white students with similar ACT scores, and that the ratio at Ohio State was 8-to-1. When comparing students with similar SAT scores, the group found a ratio of 8-1 ratio at Miami and 3-to-1 at Ohio State.
"The study shows that many, many students are rejected in favor of students with lower test scores and grades, and the reason is that they have the wrong skin color or their ancestors came from the wrong countries," CEO chairwoman Linda Chavez said in a statement.