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    ’s Word for !

    is ! is SIN & No such thing!

    1:27 – So created man in His own image, in the image of God

    created He him; and #female created He them.

    #1Samuel 16:7c the LORD looketh on the heart.

    #Acts 10:34 34 Then Peter opened his mouth, and said, Of a truth I perceive that God is no

    respecter of persons:

    #Romans 2:11 For there is no respect of persons with God.

    #Acts 17:26 And hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth

    #James 2:9 But if ye have respect to persons, ye commit sin, and are convinced of the law as


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    A barrage of amicus briefs was filed last month defending Harvard University and the University of North Carolina, whose use of race as a criterion in their admissions processes heads to the Supreme Court this term.

    As others have noted , Harvard’s own data (as presented in the petitioner’s brief ) expose an odious pattern of discrimination. An Asian American student in the top decile of the “academic index” (“a metric created by Harvard based on test scores and GPA”) has a 12.7% chance of admission, while an African American applicant has a 56.1% chance. In the seventh decile, it is a 4% versus a 41.1% chance. Asian American students consistently have the lowest chance of admission at every decile, even though their academic scores are often higher.

    Anti-Asian discrimination at elite universities has a long and ugly history. In 1985, the New York Times recounted what Princeton University professor Uwe Reinhardt witnessed at a graduate school admissions committee: "[W]e came to a clearly qualified Asian-American student ... and one committee member said, 'We have enough of them.' And someone else turned to me and said, 'You have to admit, there are a lot.'"

    There is no other word for this except "racism."

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    VIDEO: Seattle-Area School Board Defends Segregating Student Meetings by Skin Color

    Board president defended the decision from critics, saying that for “people of color,” being “surrounded by other people similar to them, makes it easier.”


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