The game of attempting to force people together (obviously many of whom don’t want to be together because they would't have to be forced) continues. If it is one person is after another person, it is called a stalking. If it is a mass, it is called integration.
Notice in this article that many of these students are from "historically Black" colleges. They frequently want "their" schools, but want the option of forcing themselves into White schools.
While intellectually honest people would laugh at this buffoonery, the politically well organized African-"Americans" and their Politically Correct allies are no laughing matter.
Supreme Court Weighs Race in Public School Admissions: Hundreds of Pro_Affirmative Action Demonstrators Rally Outside Courthouse -By Robert Barnes and Debbi Wilgoren - Monday, December 4, 2006; 10:42 AM
Several hundred demonstrators, many of them college or high school students, gathered on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court early this morning to proclaim support for using skin color as a factor in admissions in order to maintain racially diverse public schools.
The court is hearing arguments today in two high_stakes school desegregation cases__ the first test on the issue Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. and Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. since they were appointed to the court last term. Both justices in the past have been skeptical about the use of racial classifications.