Writer predicts more socioeconomically diverse colleges after end of affirmative action

Richard Kahlenberg, an author and non-resident scholar at Georgetown University, served as an expert witness for the plaintiffs in both affirmative action cases heard before the Supreme Court. He spoke with Geoff Bennett and explained his perspective on what he calls the pitfalls of race-based affirmative action.

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