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UT Chapter Of Young Conservatives, a conservative group held an “affirmative action” bake sale at the University Of Texas, reports KENS 5.
Last Wednesday, The UT Chapter Of Young Conservatives hoped to launch debate about why universities use race as an admissions factor. Prices for the goods on sale varied. Native American students were charged 25 cents. Black students were charged 75 cents. Latino students were charged $1. Asian students were charged $1.50, and White students were charged $2, with all women apparently receiving a 25 cent discount.
In an interview with Total Frat Move, UT-YCT President Lorenzo Garcia said the event was partially inspired by the Fisher v. UT Supreme Court case about affirmative action at the college.
“Yeah, the Fisher v. UT case kind of inspired us to do this, but also just the general practice of using race…
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