Course Title: Affirmative Action: Past, Present, Future
Instructor: Fred L Pincus
Brought to you by Odyssey
November 14, 2023 - December 05, 2023 (4 Sessions)
Tuesday, 1 PM ET
Virtual via Zoom
COURSE DESCRIPTION: Affirmative action has been widely misunderstood since its inception in 1965. This course will provide a history and description of affirmative action policies in college admissions, employment and small businesses. We will examine data on the impact of affirmative action on people of color and women as well as on whites and males. Finally, we will explore the impact of recent Supreme Court decisions. Ample time will be provided for discussion.
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