Racial quota crusader brings fight to Harvard

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(BOSTON, MA) NOV 18 – A CRUSADER WITH SUPREME COURT SUCCESS IN BATTLING RACIAL PREFERENCES IN COLLEGE ADMISSIONS, CONTRACTS AND VOTING HAS BROUGHT HIS TWENTY YEAR CAMPAIGN TO THE STEPS OF HARVARD.
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EDWARD BLUM, WHO FOR 20 YEARS HAS BEEN FIGHTING RACIAL PREFERENCES IN COLLEGE ADMISSIONS, CONTRACTS AND VOTING HAS BROUGHT HIS CAMPAIGN TO THE STEPS OF HARVARD. BLUM HAS PREVIOUSLY TWICE HAD SUCCESS BRINGING CASES BEFORE THE U-S SUPREME COURT. HIS MOST RECENT SUCCESS WAS LAST YEAR, SHELBY COUNTY, ALABAMA V. HOLDER, IN WHICH THE COURT STRUCK DOWN SECTION FIVE OF THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT, FEDERAL PER-CLEARANCE OF SOUTHERN STATES.