Affirmative Action is steps that are taken to ensure that the opportunities are equal between minorities and others. There have been many heated debates over this issue, and maybe the worst is yet to come. Some might feel it is necessary because they feel opportunities are not equal for minorities. Many people believe that gaps need to be closed between minorities and others, but there is a difference in the method. I feel the current method is not constitutional, lawful, and not proven to be an adequate solution. We don’t even know what is the cause of inequality. How can we figure out what the solution is?
There is no evidence showing whether imbalances in education and the workforce are racial or economical. Everyone realizes there are gaps between the S.A.T. scores of whites and minorities. There are also extremely large gaps in average GPAs of whites and minorities. There are also gaps in family income, unemployment, and the percent of people that are living in poverty. Most minorities are living below the poverty line. There have not been any studies that can conclusively say what is the cause of the educational gaps. We can not say if economic gaps or discrimination caused our in disparities.
Affirmative Action goes against what our country was founded on. Our preamble to the Constitution proclaims liberty and justice for everyone. We have worked so hard to perfect our country with our numerous amendments to the Constitution. Instead of solidifying the equalities we have worked for, it challenges the concept of equality.
Affirmative Action is unlawful. Affirmative Action goes against the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The Civil Rights Act was made to insure that no one would be discriminated against, yet we use reverse discrimination to insure equality. The Civil Rights Act did not establish superiority of one race, religion, or sex over...