• Troy Brewer posted an update 1 week, 4 days ago ·

    via DCN Headline News
    Despite years of preparation through his organization, Emmanuel Moses said, when students get to college they could still “think they’re not good enough” and struggle with microaggressions and cultural disadvantages. “Things like you don’t have a suit, you don’t know what an informational interview is, you can’t afford an unpaid internship.”

    Moses, who criticizes the pressure to be accepted into elite schools, continued: “They automatically get to these institutions and think all they have to do is really work hard, but then they realize all the other things that these privileged households, privileged families, legacies are bringing with them and how they can make the most of their ‘privilege’ of being at that institution.”

    Although the college admission scandal doesn’t address access or race, Moses said, it gives affirmative action advocates “more evidence to say, see I told you.”
    http://news.discovercountynetwork.com/admissions-scam-adds-insult-to-injury-for-minority-applicants/