How Do We Build a Post Racial Society? by Ward Connerly
The Social Contract Press
Building a post racial society is discussed by Ward Connerly of the American Civil Rights Institute. Connerly served for 12 years on the Board of Regents of the University of California. He became deeply enmeshed in affirmative action - which he calls race preferences, based upon the extent to which the student body was being formulated by race and ethnicity. Connerly believes this ultimately will lead to a more divided nation than we have currently. He describes several principles that might lead us toward a post racial society.
Ward Connerly - part 1
Ward Connerly became deeply immersed in affirmative action in education - which he calls race preferences, based upon the extent to which race and ethnicity were being used to build the student body. Connerly believes this ultimately will lead to a more divided nation than we have right now.
Connerly discusses the Constitution as being color blind, yet certain court decisions seem to violate this premise.
Ward Connerly - part 2