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First Black Student President Joined DOJ’s Discrimination Lawsuit Against Yale

The U.S. Justice Department is suing Yale University, claiming it discriminated against Asian and white students in its college admissions process. The lawsuit, filed Oct. 8, accuses Yale of violating federal civil rights laws by making admissions decisions based on a candidate’s race. 

This week, the Washington Post featured an op-ed by the first Black man to serve as Yale student body president, Kahlil Greene. He disagrees with the lawsuit, and he joined Connecticut Public Radio’s All Things Considered to talk about the op-ed and why he thinks the Justice Department is wrong.

Read the source article at Connecticut Public Radio

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