With African Americans, Latinos and Asian Americans, less than 16 percent of those admitted had those designations.
Does Harvard consider Asian American students inferior because of their race?
In 2017, Asian Americans made up 5.9 percent of the U.S. population.
If you’re Asian American and didn’t get into Harvard, it was quite possibly one of your own who took your seat.
And, the judge found, the university does not intentionally discriminate against Asian Americans.