Shriver Hall, Homewood Campus
Debate: 7-8:30 PM
For decades, race-based affirmative action was an established precedent in the United States, designed to address and rectify structural inequities in our society. However, in a recent landmark ruling, the Supreme Court overturned this precedent—which begs the question, to ensure a diverse and more equitable society, do we still need race-based affirmative action?
This debate is presented in partnership with the Milton S. Eisenhower Symposium.