White people aren't the only victims of systemic racism on American college campuses, according to the findings of a new study published by the Center for Equal Opportunity (CEO).
At Harvard University, anyway, students of Asian descent are vastly underrepresented, CEO claims – and it's all because of Harvard's discriminatory race-based admissions policies.
Compared to the California Institute of Technology, where a whopping 43 percent of the student body is Asian, Harvard claims only 17 percent Asian students. According to CEO, this percentage should be much higher.
"Too many Asian Americans applying to elite schools are discriminated against on account of their race," wrote CEO chairman and founder Linda Chavez in a recent press release.
"That is the message of our new study, and it is past time that schools quit the morally dubious means of using race or ethnicity as 'a factor' in selecting their student bodies."