Do colleges redline Asian-Americans?

Take 1,623, for instance. That’s the average score of Asian-Americans, a group that Daniel Golden- has labeled “The New Jews.’’ l, much like Jews a century ago, Asian-Americans tend to earn good grades and high scores. And now they too face serious discrimination in the college admissions process. Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Patricia L'Herrou - Feb 7, 2010 - 7:54 PM PST
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Patricia L'Herrou
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by Patricia L'Herrou - Feb. 8, 2010

the article poses some significant questions about the ethnic heritages within our culture and whatt impact it has and/or should have.

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Norman Rogers
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by Norman Rogers - Feb. 8, 2010

Nothing new here. Colleges are terribly racist and it wasn't 100 years ago that they discriminated against Jews. Harvard discriminated in the 60's. The like blacks and Hispanics and dislike Asians. Old fashioned racism.

Berkeley was caught red handed discriminating against Asians about 15 years ago. They promised to stop but who believes the biggest liars in the world - college admissions officers. They get away with rank racism for some reason.

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