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司法部:耶鲁大学在本科生录取中存在歧视亚裔和白人的现象

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司法部对耶鲁大学招生行为展开调查约两年后发现:耶鲁大学歧视亚裔美国人和白人申请者。联邦官员给耶鲁两周的时间调整做法,否则将面临诉讼。根据司法部调查结果,耶鲁大学每年数百个关于录取的决定中,种族是“决定性因素”,这违反了联邦民权法。它说,对于大多数申请者来说,亚裔美国人和白人学生被录取的可能性只有相同学术资历的非裔美国人申请者的10%到25%。司法部说:"耶鲁大学每年都会根据种族,拒绝数十名亚裔美国人和白人申请者。”

对此,耶鲁大学表示,它依靠的是对申请人的全面审查,包括学术、领导经验、他们的背景等。耶鲁大学校长Peter Salovey称司法部的指控毫无根据,并表示学校一直在全力配合调查。校长在给学校社区的一封信中写道,“司法部在审查和收到它所要求的所有信息之前,就结束了调查。”据一位熟悉调查的人士透露,司法部要求耶鲁提供10年的详细招生数据;而到目前为止,学校已经提供了3年的资料。

司法部此举标志着特朗普政府正在努力推动对“大学招生决定长期考虑种族问题”的改革。司法部在周四给耶鲁的一封信中说,耶鲁必须同意在即将到来的本科招生周期中,对于今年秋季申请的学生,不再考虑种族或民族血统。如果耶鲁仍想继续考虑种族因素,它必须先提交一份计划,以“证明其提议是法律要求的”。信中说,耶鲁大学有两周时间来同意这些要求,否则司法部将准备提起诉讼。

耶鲁大学校长Salovey博士回应说,耶鲁大学不会因为司法部的要求而改变其录取程序,“因为司法部是想强加一个与现行法律不一致的标准。” 据校方介绍,耶鲁大学2023届毕业生中,只有不到26%的人认定为亚裔美国人,49.3%的人认定为白人。另有11.8%的人认定为非裔美国人,15%的人认定为西班牙裔美国人,3%的人认定为美国原住民,9.5%的人认定为国际学生。(由于学生自我报告和一些人认定为多个种族,所以百分比加起来并不是100%)

Federal officials give university two weeks to agree to adjust practices or face lawsuit after probe finds white, Asian-American applicants rejected based on race The Justice Department said Yale University has discriminated against Asian-American and white applicants, issuing its findings roughly two years after opening an investigation into the school’s admissions practices. The department said Thursday that it found Yale discriminates based on race and national origin, violating federal civil-rights law, and that race was the “determinative factor” in hundreds of admissions decisions each year. It said for the majority of applicants, Asian-American and white students have one-tenth to one-fourth the likelihood of being admitted as African-American applicants with comparable academic credentials. “Yale rejects scores of Asian American and white applicants each year based on their race, whom it otherwise would admit,” the Justice Department said.

Yale President Peter Salovey called the Justice Department’s allegation baseless and said the school has been fully cooperating with the investigation. “However,” he wrote in a letter to the school community Thursday evening, “the DOJ concluded its investigation before reviewing and receiving all the information it has requested.” The Justice Department asked Yale for 10 years worth of detailed admissions data; the school so far had produced three years of information, according to a person familiar with the investigation.

The Justice Department’s move marks an escalation of Trump administration efforts to challenge the longstanding consideration of race in selective colleges’ admissions decisions. The Justice Department said Thursday that Yale’s use of race is “anything but limited.” It said the university takes race into account at multiple points and racially balances its class in a practice similar to quotas. Yale must agree to not use race or national origin in its upcoming undergraduate admissions cycle, for the class applying this fall, the Justice Department said in a letter to Yale dated Thursday. If the school does propose to consider race or national origin in future admissions cycles, it must first submit a plan “demonstrating that its proposal is narrowly tailored as required by law.” The proposal would also need to include a date by which Yale would end its use of race as a factor in admissions, the letter said.

The letter said Yale had two weeks to agree to the demands, or the Justice Department would be prepared to file a lawsuit. Dr. Salovey said Yale won’t change its admissions processes in response to the Justice Department’s request “because the DOJ is seeking to impose a standard that is inconsistent with existing law.” Just under 26% of Yale’s class of 2023 identified as Asian-American, and 49.3% identified as white. Another 11.8% identified as African-American, 15% as Hispanic, 3% as Native American and 9.5% as international, according to the university. Because students self-reported and some identified as multiple ethnicities, the percentages don’t add up to 100%.   source

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直到有一天如果申请大学和申请工作的时候,不让你填种族了,然后把简历上的名字隐去,只看简历,才能做到不种族歧视
可是这一天何时能到来?
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耶鲁大学亚裔和白人的比例,的确低于其它名校。尤其是亚裔,才占14%,白人拉美和黑人是45%,10%,6%。
Asian American 就是14/(45+10+6+14)=14/75 约 18.6%
数据来自(https://datausa.io/profile/unive ... t%20population%20at,Hawaiian%20or%20Other%20Pacific%20Islanders.)
这个Asian American比例是名校中是很低的,Princeton约28.5%,Harvard 25.3%,Standford 23/79约28%。
司法部为Asian American做了好事
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你要平权看的应该是家庭收入而不是种族好吧。

不然就是富有的黑人个个去了名校,穷黑人还是一辈子照穷。
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只要是黑人,什么都对!白人欠下的债,所有人来还LOL
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