Nope. Not illegal. Also, Christopher Rufo is an ass. Here’s one distinction: Prioritizing broad classes vs specifying a distinct group. That sample case _was_ a shaky use affirmative action laws and rightfully challenged. This is distinct from broad classes. Of course with lots of political pressure and lots of $$$$$$ poured into the effort from wherever, it’s possible to modify or remove affirmative action. But as it stands, 100% legal, particularly in the broad way it’s stated in that job description.

Nope. Not illegal. Also, Christopher Rufo is an ass.
Here’s one distinction:
Prioritizing broad classes vs specifying a distinct group.
That sample case _was_ a shaky use affirmative action laws and rightfully challenged.
This is distinct from broad classes. Of course with lots of political pressure and lots of $$$$$$ poured into the effort from wherever, it’s possible to modify or remove affirmative action.
But as it stands, 100% legal, particularly in the broad way it’s stated in that job description.
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