Kamehameha Schools gathers at prayer service – The Honolulu Advertiser – Hawaii’s Newspaper

Great.  So now every kid at Kamehameha knows that any dissent from the party line of necessary racism is a sign that you’re going against God.  Argh.

Next time, they should pray for forgiveness of their sins, in perpetuating racist practices and behaviors in admissions.

6 Thoughts on “Kamehameha Schools gathers at prayer service – The Honolulu Advertiser – Hawaii’s Newspaper

  1. I see you’re still at the same old.

  2. Yup, doing well all in all :). How’s law school treating you? What’s your take on the blistering 7 judge dissent?

  3. School’s whooping my butt. I haven’t even had a chance to read the full 8 judge majority let alone the 7 judge dissent due to overwhelming finals. So no argument just yet.

  4. Good luck on finals! IANAL, but it looks like this one will be overturned, if they get it in front of the Supreme Court…from the articles I’ve seen on the matter, it looks like KS is hoping that the Supreme Court won’t take the case, but I think that’s a long shot.

  5. Interestingly, it seems to me that if the Court doesn’t take the case then they are doing just as much if not more than what they would be doing if they took the case and ruled in favor of KS. Don’t you think?

  6. Yes, I think that’s right – letting the case stand would effectively kill any chance of equal rights for the foreseeable future, and quite possibly serve as a safe haven for racial discrimination in other cases. If they took the case, and crafted a very narrow ruling, they could perhaps mitigate the spillover impact, but as it stands the 9th circuit pretty much opened the doors wide open to racial discrimination.

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