Episode: Episode #44: After Action Report on SFFA v. Harvard with Dennis Saffran

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Episode #44: After Action Report on SFFA v. Harvard with Dennis Saffran
Just a few weeks ago, federal district judge Allison Burroughs issued a decision in Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard, ruling that Harvard was not guilty of racial discrimination and affirming the value of diversity in college admissions. Today's guest, Dennis Saffran, wrote our amicus brief last year supporting Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA). Listen in as we discuss what the judge's ruling means for the future of racial preferences.

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