Affirmative action is under attack. A lawsuits claims that Asian American students are discriminated against by Harvard's admissions policies, while other minority candidates get a leg up. Asian American students are pitted against African-American applicants, in a lawsuit that aims, as Professor Frank Wu explains, to end affirmative action for good. What is at stake? Who are the players? And how do we best think about this legal issue, playing out in one of America's great symbolic sites for opportunity? Professor Frank Wu is Distinguished Professor at San Francisco's UC Hastings College of Law, and has published widely, both in professional journals and in many media outlets, on legal, political and culture issues ranging from affirmative action and civil rights and more. His publications include: Yellow: Race in America Beyond Black and White, and Race, Rights and Reparation: Law and the Japanese American Internment.