LINKS OF INTEREST
Pro Race-Based Affirmative Action
Bibliography on Race, Gender, and Affirmative Action -- Impressive! Compiled
by Prof. Elizabeth Anderson, University of Michigan. Includes arguments both for
and against affirmative action policies; outcome studies of affirmative action
and alternatives to it; all Supreme Court and major Federal Court cases; and links
to other sources on the web.
Conference on Civil Rights - "Consists of more than 185 national organizations,
representing persons of color, women, children, labor unions, individuals with
disabilities, older Americans, major religious groups, gays and lesbians, and
civil liberties and human rights groups." Its website library has more than 100
articles on Affirmative Action.
Rights Project at Harvard - Assessing "the prospects for justice and equal
opportunity under law for racial and ethnic minorities in the United States."
Books, special reports, and working papers are sponsored by the Project.
American Association of University Professors - "Diversity and Affirmative Action in Higher Education." Policy statements, articles, and background documents http://www.aaup.org/AAUP/issuesed/diversity/
of Michigan - Information on UM Admissions Lawsuits.
Affirmative Action and Diversity Project: "A Web Page for Research."
Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy - "The Affirmative Action Debate."
Claremont Institute - "A Citizen's Guide to the Affirmative Action Debate."
for Equal Opportunity - Publications and Testimony on Racial Preference.
-- A blogsite targeting racial discrimination, especially preferences.
- "A Civil Rights Organization for Color Blind, Race Blind, and Gender Blind
Justice." "Non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public and our leaders
of the deep and devastating impact of racial preferences, race-based targets,
goals, and quotas. Special features include detailed case studies of victims of
for Individual Rights - Information about Lawsuits challenging Racial Preference.
A non-profit, public interest law firm which sponsored the leading recent lawsuits
against racial preference in public university admissions: Hopwood v. Texas,
Smith v. Washington, Gratz v. Bollinger and Grutter v. Bollinger.