The cases before the court this term are huge. I expect they will reverse the Grutter v. Bollinger affirmative action decision from 2003 and rule that race cannot be considered as a factor in determining college admissions.
I think the court will also strike down Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act. [The act was designed to protect minorities in several Southern states from state laws that can make it difficult to vote.]
But Anthony Kennedy often sides with the liberals on gay-rights issues. So when the court evaluates the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act, they may get his vote to strike it down.