Blog #52 – Place, Not Race: The Slippery Slope of Non-Affirmative Action


Place, Not Race: The Slippery Slope of Non-Affirmative Action Sheryll Cashin argues that “we should use place, rather than race, in diversity programming” – specifically, in admissions policies to higher education.[1] She admits that that there is “an achievement gap that has made race-based affirmative action necessary,” but, because ”affirmative action is on life support” […]