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Thursday
Apr242014

Black Conservative Schools Liberals About Supreme Court Race Case

Project 21 co-chairman Horace Cooper engaged and easily beat arguments posed by Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson and substitute host Joy Ann-Reid on the 4/22/14 edition of MSNBC’s “Hardball.”

While Robinson and Reid fixated on the ideas that racism remains a clear and present danger to minority advancement and that diversity plays such an important role that it can be an overriding factor in government processes such as school admissions, Cooper stuck to legal findings and actual facts — including the stated objective of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Cooper said:

The truth of the matter is, the policy is looked upon skeptically by a majority of the population and — as Justice Breyer and the rest of that six-two majority made clear — there was no showing that the state of Michigan had been affirmatively going out of its way to engage in segregation or any form of discrimination.

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