The Croson Effect & Its Remedies: Overcoming Racial Incompetence in Policy and People

By: Ishani Chokshi | April 28, 2022

Abstract When the Supreme Court case City of Richmond v J.A. Croson Company (1989) made it so that any use of race in any legislative policy would have to pass the strictest of scrutiny in order to be deemed constitutional, the Court effectively doomed affirmative action policies and institutionalized color-blind rhetoric (which is largely comfortable for […]