The goal of better treatment of minorities brings a collective standard to how children of upper class wealthy minority students are treated. It allows upper class minority students to exploit their identity status at the expense of poor non minority students. Is that unlawful bias against white people who are not wealthy? Same question appears with regard to students of color, collectively. Is the issue the need of individuals? Or is it all about getting more money and power for non white people, who will soon be the majority in the United States?
The initiative marks a new focus on economic issues in their movement for better treatment of minorities at the Law School,
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The letter claims that high costs disproportionately impact students of color, who “are less likely to have amassed wealth in the United States.”
Law School Activists Demand End to Tuition
By CLAIRE E. PARKER
April 18, 2016