Harvard University’s race-conscious admissions process came before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit Wednesday afternoon.
And attorneys for a nonprofit group implored the appellate panel to reverse a ruling finding affirmative action holds an important place in society, as it claims the Ivy League school unfairly limits the number of Asian American applicants accepted.
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