Seeking Solidarity: Asian-Americans and Affirmative Action in SFFA v. Harvard

Date: Wednesday, November 7th

Time: 6pm 

Room: Hutchins 100 (625 S. State Street)

**Come at 5:50pm for Belly Deli!**

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The Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard lawsuit claims that Harvard discriminates against Asian-American applicants and argues for the end of race-based affirmative action as a solution. The lawsuit has been painful and divisive within and outside of the Asian Pacific Islander American community. Hear from experts about the stakes and prospects of the lawsuit, the future of affirmative action, and the role of Asian-Americans in advocating for racial justice. 



Nicole Gon Ochi, Supervising Attorney at Asian Americans Advancing Justice-LA

Aamina Ahmed, Executive Director of APIA-Vote Michigan

Professor Margo Schlanger, University of Michigan Law School

Dr. Steven Gay, Dean of Admissions, University of Michigan Medical School

Dr. Kedra Ishop, Vice Provost for Enrollment Management, University of Michigan


Sponsored by: 

Asian Pacific American Law Students Association, Michigan Journal of Race & Law, South Asian Law Students Association, Latino Law Students Association, Muslim Law Students Association, Black Law Students Association, Res Sista, Racial Justice Coalition, ACLU, American Constitution Society, Native American Law Students Association, Middle Eastern Law Students Association, Education Law and Policy Society, Michigan Law Office of Student Life