April 22, 2021

WE NEEDED A SUPREME COURT TO TELL US THAT?: On this day in 2014, the Supreme Court decided by a margin of only 6-2 that Michigan voters are permitted under the Constitution to insist the State of Michigan NOT discriminate on the basis of race. The name of the case was Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, Integration and Immigration Rights and Fight for Equality By Any Means Necessary. The respondent’s name—the acronym for which is “BAMN”–should tell you everything you need to know about its modus operandi.

Here’s some background on the Schuette case with a little bit on BAMN and its origins in the Revolutionary Workers League.

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