This week, Sherrilyn Ifill and NAACP LDF's Education Group recorded a high volume of media hits around the Supreme Court's recent decision in Schuette vs. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action.
In The Houston Chronicle, Sherrilyn Ifill argues that the Supreme Court's recent ruling in McCutcheon vs. Federal Election Commission, in which the Court gives even greater influence to wealthy donors in elections, cheapens the act of voting. She cites the opening sentence of Chief Justice Roberts' majority opinion in which he writes:
In a column for The Washington Post's popular "Wonkblog," Emily Badger covers Sherrilyn Ifill's remarks at a recent discussion at the Economic Policy Institute on housing and poverty.
"The most important fact we rarely admit in talking about segregation and poverty" highlights Sherrilyn's thesis that "when it comes to housing and race, there really is no such thing as chance or accident."