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Asian-American Students Push Back Against Affirmative Action

Asian-American students are at the center of two high-profile lawsuits against affirmative action, one at Harvard University and one at the University of North Carolina. The plaintiffs say the schools discriminate against Asian-American applicants, in an effort to achieve student diversity.

The cases are sparking a lot of conversation in the Asian-American community. Youth Radio’s Sierra Fang-Horvath reports.

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