Justin Pope has an article for the Associated Press entitled ‘Critical Mass’ Key to Affirmative Action Case. In his article, Pope describes how under affirmative action programs White Texans have been dramatically replaced by foreigners and non-Whites at the University of Texas. He writes:
Walking across the South Mall, or scanning the football stadium’s 100,000 seats on game day, University of Texas admissions director Kedra Ishop sees how much has changed since the 1990s, when she was a black student at what was an inordinately white school.
This giant flagship campus — once so slow to integrate — is now awash in color, among the most diverse in the country if not the world. The student body, like Texas, is majority-minority.
In 1970 Texas was 66% White. After a half century of Third World immigration and US refusal to guard the borders or deports illegal immigrants, Texas is now down to 45% White. That percentage is steadily declining due to the anti-White immigration policy of the United States. How much longer will Texas remain recognisably Texan and part of Western Civilisation?
At the dining hall, minority students no longer cluster together. Actually, it’s more a high-end food court now, and many tables are racial mosaics — white, black, Hispanic, Asian.
Ah! The dream of the mis-named ‘multiculturalists’! A ‘racial mosaic’ leading to the blending together of everyone with the end result of eliminating all racial, ethnic and cultural diversity.
So is this the “critical mass” of minority students that U.S. Supreme Court narrowly endorsed in 2003 as an educational goal important enough to allow colleges to factor the race of applicants into admissions decisions?
That question will be front and center Wednesday when a more conservative Supreme Court revisits affirmative action for the first time since that landmark case nine years ago involving the University of Michigan.