On Thursday, the Justice Department sided with Asian-American students alleging discrimination against Harvard in a landmark affirmative action lawsuit.
Students for Fair Admissions filed the lawsuit against Harvard University claiming it was discriminating against Asians over a “personal rating” affirmative action policy in its admissions process.
According to the lawsuit, against Harvard University, Asian-Americans consistently rated lower on subjective categories such as “courage” as well as “personality,” which decreased their chances of being accepted, FOX News reported.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement:
“No American should be denied admission to school because of their race. As a recipient of taxpayer dollars, Harvard has a responsibility to conduct its admissions policy without racial discrimination by using meaningful admissions criteria that meet lawful requirements.
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