Is Affirmative Action discriminatory?
It's still discrimination...I don't know why it wouldn't be...
It's the very definition of discrimination. It had its place once, it helped us to integrate. It's no longer necessary.
Yes. But it was necessary, like unions.
Now both are out dated.
By definition it is racist because it is treating people differently because of their skin color
"I'm white, you're black. You need help, and since I'm white, I can give it to you. You can't get a job on your own, so I'll be nice to you. You're welcome!"
I'd also contend that both now do the opposite of what they were intended to do. Someone gets admitted and people instantly say... Well that's because she's black.
Then unions the only thing they do anymore is fight to put their own companies under.
It's pathetic in this day and age that discriminatory laws not only stand, but people can presume you're racist for not agreeing or thinking laws like these are just. Racism persists because we allow I to. We allow lefties to perpetuate and fan
Yep, me as well
We each have identical educations but I have 1 year of experience and my gpa is .5 less then the other guys. the applications you are looking at don't identify race. Who you picking?
That and PC BC
It's an unfair advantage
Yes yes and yes
That pretty much sums it up.