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First Circuit Court upholds anti-white admissions policies at “elite” public schools – blacks and Latinos to the front of the line
By Ethan Huff // Dec 29, 2023

Even though the Supreme Court ruled back in the summer that affirmative action, also known as anti-white racism, is unconstitutional, a federal appeals court has since ruled that elite public schools can continue discriminating against whites and Asians in order to enroll more blacks and Hispanics.

On December 19, the court decided that the city of Boston, a hotbed of academic privilege, can admit whomever it chooses while discriminating against applicants with light skin whose ancestry traces back to Europe and Asia.

The decision can still be appealed, and likely will be, but until then the three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit in Boston has decided that in the case of Parent Coalition for Academic Excellence Corp. v. The School Committee for the City of Boston, Boston's elite public schools can attempt to increase the number of black and Latino student admissions by discriminating against white and Asian applicants.

The committee in charge of the city's public schools had previously decided to distribute admissions more evenly among Boston's zip codes, even if doing so means that more qualified white and Asian applicants are passed over in favor of underachieving blacks and Latinos who are considered to be "underrepresented" at America's top schools.

Writing for the court, U.S. Circuit Judge William Kayatta declared that race-based admissions policies are constitutional just so long as they are "facially neutral."

"There is nothing constitutionally impermissible about a school district including racial diversity as a consideration and goal in the enactment of a facially neutral plan," wrote the judge, who was appointed by Barack Hussein Obama in 2013.

(Related: The Supreme Court agrees with most Americans that affirmative action is racist and needs to be abolished.)

Whites and Asians being skipped over for more blacks and Latinos

Prior to 2019, the Boston school committee at the heart of the case admitted students to three prestigious "exam schools" based on a merit-based "composite score" consisting of an admissions exam and the applicant's grade point average (GPA).

"Students were admitted according to score rankings until each school was full," reported the Epoch Times about the case.

In 2019, the committee, which decides admissions for the Boston Latin School, reportedly the nation's oldest public school; the Boston Latin Academy; and the John D. O'Bryant School of Mathematics and Science decided to change its admissions policy "in a process that was blatantly, transparently and unconstitutionally preoccupied with race," according to the Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF).

Keep in mind that the three aforementioned public schools are widely considered to be the most prestigious public schools in the entire United States.

In order to achieve the desired racial composition at the three schools, the committee created a working group, one member of which expressed that "rectifying historic racial inequalities afflicting exam school admissions for generations" was of utmost importance.

Another school committee member was caught on a hot microphone making fun of and mocking Chinese names in an anti-Asian rant while two of his colleagues laughed in response via text message.

The end result of the committee's meddling with the admissions process was the implementation of a new citywide admissions process based on a student's zip code rather than academic performance and merit.

"Students with the highest GPAs would fill 20 percent of seats at each school, with the remaining 80 percent of seats being allotted to students from each zip code based on GPAs," reports indicate.

Beginning in the fall of 2021, the new policy became apparent when students who would have previously been admitted to one of the three schools were rejected in favor of black and Hispanic applicants with much less merit.

Will America survive the anti-white onslaught? Learn more at IdentityPolitics.news.

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