MSNBC anchor Joy Reid has made a startling confession, admitting that she gained admission to Harvard solely because of affirmative action. This revelation has caused uproar among conservatives, especially in light of the recent Supreme Court decision to end race-based affirmative action policies. Reid revealed that she attended an unknown school in Denver and lacked college test prep, but was granted admission to Harvard due to her minority status. This raises concerns about the admission of less-qualified minority students based solely on affirmative action. Justice Clarence Thomas, a black Supreme Court justice who has opposed affirmative action, echoed these concerns, emphasizing the importance of merit-based admissions. Reid’s claim that she was equally qualified as her non-minority peers is questionable. Affirmative action policies should not prioritize race over merit. It is time for universities to focus on fair and equal opportunities for all students.
Joy Reid Admits Harvard Admission Was Due to Affirmative Action: Controversy Ensues
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