University of Michigan Head Balances Law, Diversity Recent judicial and electorate decisions in Michigan have limited schools' ability to use affirmative action to promote diversity, a development that has left colleges scrambling to form new strategies. Michele Norris talks with University of Michigan president Mary Sue Coleman, who says she remains committed to diversity.

University of Michigan Head Balances Law, Diversity

University of Michigan Head Balances Law, Diversity

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Recent judicial and electorate decisions in Michigan have limited schools' ability to use affirmative action to promote diversity, a development that has left colleges scrambling to form new strategies.

Michele Norris talks with University of Michigan president Mary Sue Coleman, who says she remains committed to diversity. There are ongoing judicial challenges to Proposal 2, the ban on affirmative action that Michigan voters passed in November.