Colorblind Notion Aside, Colleges Grapple With Racial Tension

Screen shot 2014-02-25 at 10.58.47 AM—> He said he believed that the recent spate of activism on diversity was being propelled by two issues: a lack of state funding for public institutions that has led colleges to admit more out-of-state students, who tend to be more affluent and less diverse, and challenges to affirmative action laws in states like Michigan and California.

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