A racially motivated shooting occurred in Buffalo, New York on May 14th. It resulted in the death of ten Black Americans who were unarmed in a grocery store.
The country has become increasingly divided over the past decade. Race has become a deciding factor in many decisions, a majority discriminating against people of color.
Dan Riley provides commentary on the situation and discusses the Harvard Affirmative Action case. The Supreme Court is already divided, and Riley fears what this case would do to the country if it appeared before the members.
After a global pandemic and years of racially motivated crimes, Riley says that this case appearing is simply not worth the chaos that would ensue. By the time the case would appear in front of the court, the Buffalo shooting would be in the past and a new shooting would be on the forefront of the news.
Our thoughts and prayers go to the family and friends of the victims.
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