"In law schools throughout the country, the number of Black applicants, students and graduates are all declining."
I don't know if condemning the ABA is the most effective remedy, but I suppose it's the place anyone would start in his/her attempt to make a difference in legal education.
It's also no surprise that the LSAT took some heat.
As an LSAT instructor, I know and am convinced that the LSAT can be studied for. Many African-American students, however, don't have the finanical luxury to pay $1000 - $2000 for a LSAT course.
Since this "condemning" originated from Congress, perhaps Congress ought to consider making student loans available for students who want to take test prep courses.