He was even handed, within his own methodology. He might have screwed up in a larger social sense, but no one was surprised at the kind of justice he ended up being.
Unprepared means just that. You can have an unprepared student from any school, if that school does not have the same quality of education as others. That’s a state problem and a community problem. In that court case, the only reason why the race of the students mattered was because it was used to exclude the young lady from UT.
I don’t see the connection between student loan debt and your racial origin. Maybe I’m missing something.
And as far as being from Brooklyn — again, I don’t see why being from a particular borough matters. It’s actually impressive the impact that people who grew up in post war Brooklyn have had.