Ward Connerly

American Civil Rights Institute

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Founder and president of the American Civil Rights Institute; former Regent of the University of California and major supporter of , California's anti-affirmative action law

Ward Connerly on KCRW

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Some legal observers are confused by today’s affirmative action  decision  by the  US Supreme Court .

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Some legal observers are confused by today’s affirmative action decision by the US Supreme Court .

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Thirty-nine years after the death of  Dr. Martin Luther King , America is still arguing about how to achieve racial equality.

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