We have previously covered the Great Replacement’s arrival to higher education.
At Stanford University in California, the Freshman class of 2025 is a stunningly low 23% white.
And at Johns Hopkins University, whites only account for 19% of undergraduate admittees, despite making up well over 50% of high school graduates.
However, a recent trend in college admissions shows that even Black Americans are being squeezed out of the Ivy League.
Meet Ashley Adirika and Ifeoma White-Thorpe, two unrelated first generation Nigerian-Americans who were recently accepted into all eight Ivy League schools, as well as other universities.
And there are more. Kwasi Enin, Harold Ekeh, Augusta Uwamanzu-Nna, and Kelly Hyles are all first or second generation immigrants who, upon high-school graduation, were accepted to
John Derbyshire wrote in 2017:
Note further that none … [have] American slave ancestry. All are first- or second-generation immigrants.
I'm not going to feign indignation on behalf of black Americans, who in my opinion get far too many breaks, favors and preferences. I am, though, going to ask: Why aren't they indignant about this?