Monday, July 23, 2018

Beyond a Doubt - Harvard discriminates (4)

Giving Harvard every benefit of the doubt

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   If you didn't read "Beyond A doubt - Harvard Discriminates (1), (2) & (3)", please click here: (1)(2) & (3).
The Most Ugly Last Defense of AsAm Apologist for Harvard

     These folks will say, "AsAms are only 6% of our nation's  population, while being (17 +/- 3)% of Harvard's student body.  That is enough."  I would respect such an argument, if these apologists didn't know the following 
Jewish Americans comprise only % of the national population, 
while being 25% of Harvard's student body, as reported by The 
Jerusalem Post in 2015.
     It is mind boggling how Harvard could reject its discriminatory practice, adopted in the 1920's, against Jewish Americans and then decided to adopt a new deceptive discriminatory practice against the weak AsAms, almost 75 years later. What was the leadership at the Harvard Corporation thinking?

     In adopting this discriminatory admissions policy, Harvard has gone against everything its faculty, staff and students believe in -- equal opportunity, justice, honesty, and transparency.

     A new Harvard president, Lawrence S. Bacow, has come in, since June 30. Hopefully, he'll make a clear turn against his very ugly past.

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PSClick here to read a Boston Globe article on the SFFA vs. Harvard lawsuit.  I think its title is misleading.  It quotes me accurately.  However, it makes a distinction between discrimination against AmAms, and Affirmative Action, which bears paying attention.  A local paper may have a more sensitive hand measuring the pulse of the Boston District Court.

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