How is discrimination from the past reversed? Scholars investigate the concept of affirmative action in the 32nd lesson of a 50-part Crash Course video series on United States government and politics. They use the short video to analyze and discuss the legality of reversing the past acts of discrimination, while still upholding equality for all.
- Video clip is under 10 minutes in length
- Introduces primary sources for further research (Regents vs. Bakke)
- Benefits audio and visual learners