Jessica Baron
This study examines the current backlash against affirmative action policy in higher education in the courts and posits, through a Critical Race theory framework, why Whites often describe the policy as being unfair. The historical context of affirmative action policy, the views of Critical Race theorists, and the recent research on attitudes of Whites toward the policy are examined in order to draw conclusions about the policy in the current moment. Implications for educators and administrators in higher education are explored in light of this contextual research.

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