SFFA Sues West Point On Race-based Admissions Policies

News item hits the wires:

The group behind the lawsuits that led the Supreme Court to gut affirmative action at higher education institutions sued the U.S. Military Academy at West Point on Tuesday, seeking to end the school’s race-conscious admissions policies…

The group asked a federal judge to prohibit West Point from considering or knowing applicants’ race when making admissions decisions, arguing the academy otherwise would never stop using race as a factor.

The lawsuit, filed in federal court in White Plains, N.Y., claims race is determinative for “hundreds of applicants each year” at the academy under its current admissions scheme.

This is not surprising as it was telegraphed by the SFFA earlier. We’ll keep an eye on this one.

4 thoughts on “SFFA Sues West Point On Race-based Admissions Policies”

  1. The SCOTUS decision on Harvard and UNC opened a bottomless pit of affirmative action that needs to be ended. SecDef, Supreme Court justices, VPship, cabinet members, Any office or job that was filled by someone who limited his choice to black females and all that.
    The gratuitous exception for service academies in the SFFA SCOTUS decision is perhaps what we should expect from a court with only one veterans (Alito).


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