Please join KLRU for an important discussion on race and college admissions.
Date: Tuesday, June 25th
Time: 7 pm (Doors open at 6:45 pm)
Location: KLRU’s Studio 6A
RSVP: Event is free but RSVP is required. Please RSVP here
The documentary Admissions On Trial: Seven Decades of Race and Higher Education provides background and context to help understand the case of Fisher v University of Texas– what’s being debated, why the case was brought and how universities currently use race in the admissions process.
On Tuesday, June 25th, Evan Smith will lead experts in a discussion revolving around the repercussions of Fisher v. Texas at the University of Texas and across the United States. Featured on the panel will be Justice Steven Wayne Smith. Smith represented Cheryl Hopwood in her successful suit against The University of Texas. Her case led to the Top 10% law and eliminated the use of race in admissions in the Fifth Circuit for nearly a decade. Other panelists include an admissions officer and law professor Gerald Torres, a leading figure in critical race theory.
The panel discussion will take place in KLRU studio 6A at 7pm. RSVP now