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-- the dobbs form tonight we focus on affirmative action the Supreme Court this week casting doubt on the future of affirmative action at colleges and universities.
The court agreeing to hear an appeal from -- white student who was denied admission to the University of Texas back in 2008.
Abigail Fisher says she had higher grades than many admitted.
Minority candidates joining us now to talk about the case Kimberly Guilfoyle former prosecutor.
Cohost of the five on Fox News attorney faith Jenkins we thank you both for being here.
Is it conceivable that this court -- would.
Yes it's it's very conceivable right now there's probably -- 54.
In the Supreme Court in bed -- five justice -- -- already spoken out against any kind of racial.
Balancing in the college admissions process so it's very conceivable -- it has a lot of people concerned.
And in rightly so in my opinion diversity is so important.
For our college students.
Learning from not only the classroom setting but for people -- different.
Band Green Day and background to the college -- is absolutely crucial to quality education.
Let's move to the question complete.
Should this court -- turn.
Affirmative a lot like -- They indicated they really have in some suggestion that there inclined to do you said the fact that eight.
-- -- that this case for review.
And this is going to directly towns of 2003.
Case where -- justice Sandra Day O'Connor wrote the opinion creating sort of this pivotal platform.
For affirmative action and diversity and holistic approach in terms of the college admissions process.
Now with -- -- and the theory is that five or they're gonna actually.
Switch it overturn it and not allow this to be actors that are -- so this could turn everything upside down.
You know in terms of is it fair I believe in -- -- but -- Irish Puerto Rican woman.
And really act count that they want to look at me for affirmative action inside you believe and perhaps you keep helping people that might have had this not the same educational background.
I'm back on -- sector that might need the extra assistance but I don't like the idea of doing it to the disadvantage of others have also.
Participate in the system studied hard and have the grades to getting and it's a tough call.
How do you respond well as long as there are disparities in our public education system there will need to be programs.
To reach out to students who.
Don't have access to the quality education that students from another location me half of the -- Anderson Elena gratitude -- so it's not about what people need to understand this about affirmative action.
It's not solely about rates.
It's not about -- some type of intelligence -- it's about breaching an opportunity.
And taking students and giving them opportunities.
It just because you're born import the single you're done this because you don't -- -- Morgan.
Nobody nobody thinks that I I get -- she -- depending on.
Your background the advantages that you -- says -- economic condition.
Where your parents and school where they college educator -- -- able to get to a great tutor for the SAT -- the -- say he acted affect your test -- in his dispute about standardized test scores and whether or not they'd arrogant tell.