There's a moving passage contained in a deposition taken in the major class-action lawsuit accusing Harvard University of racial bias against Asian-Americans.
An attorney for Students for Fair Admissions, the non-profit group representing a dozen Asian-Americans denied admission by Harvard, confronts the assistant principal of Stuyvesant High School with evidence that white students from her school applying to Harvard in 2014 were more than twice as likely to be admitted to the university as were her Asian-American students.
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