Gail Heriot

University of San Diego / US Commission on Civil Rights

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Professor of law at the University of San Diego and a member of the US Commission on Civil Rights

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Two weeks ago, the Obama Administration directed that  gender identity should be the deciding factor , rather than gender at birth.

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Two weeks ago, the Obama Administration directed that gender identity should be the deciding factor , rather than gender at birth.

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Tomorrow, the US Supreme Court will take another look at making race and ethnicity part of admissions to elite public colleges and universities.

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Tomorrow, the US Supreme Court will take another look at making race and ethnicity part of admissions to elite public colleges and universities.

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