Christian73 saidFirst of all, it's about time.
Second, what special privileges are other minorities receiving?
Here is a small example, but you weren't paying attention when I posted it the first time.
"Affirmative action benefits can be substantial. A study of selective universities by Princeton sociologists Thomas Espenshade and Alexandria Radford found that listing one’s race as “Hispanic” instead of ‘White” increased the likelihood of being admitted by the same amount as scoring an extra 130 points on the SAT
. Compared to Asians, the study found, Hispanics receive a 240-point advantage."
“Residency status is not taken into consideration at all in the admissions process,” he also noted.However, the data show that Hispanic students admitted to the University of California system had lower GPAs and SAT scores than White or Asian students who came from families with similar incomes.
For example, admitted Hispanic students whose parents made more than $120,000/year had an average SAT score of 1749, while Asian students with parents making that much had an average of 1890, 151 points higher. For Whites it was 1844."-----http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/05/17/affirmative-action-illegal-immigrants/?test=latestnews
And there we have it, facts vs bullshit. It's also sad to see that so many people who define themselves as "Asian" are shafted simply because apparently they are deemed as being "privileged".