AFIRMATIVE ACTION (ATTN:TABOO,BELL)
Eric Steimle (email@example.com)
Tue, 21 Feb 1995 15:07:58 -0500
I'M CURIOUS. IF RACE CAN'T BE ADEQUATELY DEFINED THEN SHOULDN'T
THINGS BASED ON RACE BE STOPPED. I'M AFRICAN AMERICAN SO I DON'T HAVE TO MEET
THE ENTRANCE QUALIFICATIONS TO GO TO A CERTAIN COLLEGE, OR THE OPPISITE,
I'M ASIAN SO MY REQUIREMENTS ARE HIGHER THAN THE NORMAL.
IF RACE CAN'T BE DEFINED SHOULDN'T EVERYONE HAVE THE SAME REQUIREMENTS.
SO, THOSE OF YOU WHO SAY INTELLIGENCE CANNOT BE BASED ON RACE BECAUSE
RACE CANNOT BE DEFINED ARE ALSO AGAINST PROGRAMS THAT GIVE CERTAIN RACES
SPECIAL TREAMENT. ie AFIRMATIVE ACTION ( and since being against aa seems
to be associated with racisism
i say that because every time i hear anyone speaking against AA or about
reform in the AA system they are labled imediately a racist
, which now doesn't exist,,because race doesn't exist,, you are now a
before anyone gets all bent out of shape about African American , Asian
requirements for college thing check with your campuses Afirmative Action
office. They sould have a pamphlet on the wonderful work they are doing.
in 1992 at the University of Florida the document stated that 43.2% of
the African Americans accepted did not meet the requirements of a 1000SAT
and a 3.0GPA. Also the law school that year shows that the average
scores of declined Asians was equal to the average accepted African American.
whites were right in the middle. higher than african americans but lower