Joe Hicks of Project 21 Talks Supreme Court’s Schuette Decision on NBC

After the U.S. Supreme Court ruled by a 6-2 margin to allow a voter-passed constitutional amendment outlawing race preferences in state-administered matters such as school admissions and government hiring to stand, Project 21 member Joe Hicks discussed the meaning of the decision and the liberal misperceptions of modern American society that brought about the challenge to the amendment in the first place in a syndicated segment aired nationwide on local NBC affiliates on 4/22/14.

Joe said:

We live in a time — with a black president and a black attorney general — when to make the kind of claims that people are being discriminated against, are being prevented from entering into positions in a university or a job at a hospital or public employment project simply no longer makes sense.



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