maybe inhuman was too strong a word, but definitely a tough perspective.
I have this problem with AA supporters. They are so defensive they think everything about AA most be perfect or that they are conceding the entire argument. Most successful policies have flaws, in fact it might be impossible for a large scope policy not to have a flaw.
AA does a lot of good, it adds diversity to schools, it a lot of times helps disadvantaged people, it keeps the law profession closer to general population at large (by making more urm lawyers who have direct connections to urm communities that might otherwise not ahve any connections lawyers and by making the profession seem less elite), it gives urm political groups a victory in politics and keeps them more in the political process, among many other good things it does.
However, I don't agree its perfect like some of its defenders on this board believe. Sometimes two of the above mentioned goals will conflict for example 1)producing more urm lawyers and 2) helping disadvantaged people. I think its a joke to say that AA personally helped this girl, she is f*cking depressed, lost confidence, et cetera. You are right to say lots of AA admits do well in law school, but this girl didn't.
To me this just confirms the notion mentioned in my other posts that AA is more about social and political factors than helping individuals. Like other polices AA can be tweaked to make it even more efficient, but I do think this girl was part of a large systematic process and that she probably somewhat got f*cked by the process (though again I do not know the facts), and has a legitimate gripe beneath the complaining.