Former ESPN personality and current Atlantic writer Jemele Hill accused Asian Americans of supporting white supremacy by praising the Supreme Court’s decision to disallow the use of race as a factor in college admissions.
On Thursday, the Supreme Court ruled in a 6-3 decision that using race-based admissions in college admissions constituted a violation of the 14th Amendment.
The ruling was a cause for joy among many Asian Americans who saw it as removing a barrier to college admissions.
Asian Wave Alliance President Yiatin Chu took to Twitter to praise the decision.
“I told my daughter that today is a big day. They’ve ended affirmative action. ‘Isn’t it what you’re been fighting for?’ she asked. I said yes,” Chu tweeted.
I told my daughter that today is a big day. They’ve ended affirmative action. “Isn’t it what you’re been fighting for?” she…