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2024-07-15T11:36:37+00:00July 15th, 2024|

WHAT ABOUT US? After 27 years of study, the United States government decided to update its collection of racial and ethnic data. A “Multiracial” classification was not included. I also believe that the current policy decisions of the US government, the Census Bureau, OMB, The Supreme Court, and other groups are harmful and mean that a true Multiracial classification may never be recognized. Therefore, Project RACE will officially cease operations on August 1, 2024. Project RACE has been actively involved in supporting a Multiracial category for 34 years and has [...]

2024-07-12T22:48:07+00:00July 12th, 2024|

U.S. Census Bureau Seeking Public Comment on Implementing SPD 15 Updates in the ACS  From MBX OMB Statistical_Directives on 2024-07-12 17:08 Details Headers Plain text Earlier today the U.S. Census Bureau published a Federal Register Notice (FRN) seeking feedback from the public on the timeline to implement the Office of Management and Budget's updated Statistical Policy Directive No. 15 for Federal race and ethnicity data on the American Community Survey (ACS). The information gathered through this FRN will be taken into consideration as the U.S. Census Bureau continues to evaluate the practicability of implementing the updated race and ethnicity data [...]

2024-07-11T14:11:21+00:00July 11th, 2024|

Kamala Harris Has a Problem Vice-President Kamala Harris is the daughter of two immigrants, one from India and one from Jamaica, yet she cannot seem to racially identify as Multiracial. She went to Nevada to launch the reelection's outreach campaign to Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders and addressed the crowd as "longtime friends." Then, she was in Dallas last week to speak at the annual gathering of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, the Black sorority that she pledged as a student at Howard University, one of the most storied [...]

Disciplinary measures used by Kansas’ largest school district discriminated against Black and disabled students, DOJ says

2024-07-04T12:25:19+00:00July 4th, 2024|

The largest public school district in Kansas has agreed to revise its disciplinary practices as part of a settlement with the US Justice Department, resolving a federal civil rights investigation that determined its educators engaged in a pattern of discrimination against Black and disabled students. As part of the settlement agreement, which the Justice Department announced Tuesday, the Wichita Public Schools district will implement changes to end its use of seclusion, reform its restraint practices and refrain from referring students to law enforcement while dealing with routine school discipline matters, [...]

It Was Good While It Lasted

2024-07-02T20:58:28+00:00July 2nd, 2024|

The following is an opinion piece that appeared in the Alabama Political Reporter. It is simply the best opinion piece I have read about the state of our country. -Susan Opinion | It was good while it lasted It was good while it lasted, America. By JOSH MOON Welcome to the United States of Alabama. It’s over. The transformation is complete. The entire country is now just a great ol’ big Alabama – a place where laws and rules are designed to comfort the comfortable, placate the patriarchy and coddle the [...]

Happy Anniversary!

2024-07-02T16:17:40+00:00July 2nd, 2024|

It has been 60 years since the Civil Rights Bill of 1964 was signed into law. The Civil Rights Bill was sent to the House Rules Committee in Nov. 1963. Chairman Howard Smith, D-Va., refused to grant a rule for the bill’s debate on the floor. Smith was a segregationist. He allowed the debate in January 1964 after the threat of a discharge petition and pressure from the public. H.R. 7152 was passed by the rules committee on Jan. 30, 1964. The bill passed the House in February by a [...]

2024-07-02T15:07:05+00:00July 2nd, 2024|

An African American studies class is too ‘divisive’ for one Maryland school district The Harford County school board rejected the latest version of the advanced placement elective course. The nearly 100 Harford County Public School students who signed up to take the Advanced Placement African American Studies next school year will have to find a new class. The latest version of the college prep course piloted at three Harford high schools was rejected by the school board last week in 5-4 vote, with some members calling it divisive, with a [...]

2024-07-01T21:02:49+00:00July 1st, 2024|

It’s Not Just Disney That’s Refusing To Hire White People ByB.D. Hobbs Jul 1, 2024 DEI is not dead, and in fact it is alive and well, especially at the wide world of 'woke' Disney. As noted by Andrea Widburg, at American Thinker, a Disney V.P. was caught on video revealing that the corporate offices are no longer hiring white people. "If you're a white male, you cannot work at Disney" said Widburg, "If you're already there you can continue to hold your job, but the reality is straight, white [...]

2024-06-30T14:33:05+00:00June 30th, 2024|

REPARATIONS FOR MULTIRACIAL PEOPLE? By Susan Graham, President, Project RACE   Now that Junteenth has been celebrated, it has again raised the question of reparations for Black people. I am not convinced that reparations are a good thing for anyone, but a case can be made for adding Multiracial individuals to the list of people who are supposed to qualify as Black. I say if Black people can get the estimated over a million dollars in reparation money or better housing dollars, for example, Multiracial people have a right to [...]

2024-06-30T12:16:10+00:00June 30th, 2024|

Tractor Supply Co. backtracks on DEI roles and goals Tractor Supply Company has eliminated its diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives as part of what the retail chain says is a push to distance itself from “nonbusiness activities” after conservative backlash from some of its customer base. In a news release Thursday, Tractor Supply, which advertises itself as the country’s “largest rural lifestyle retailer,” said it will stop sponsoring activities like “pride festivals and voting campaigns” and would be cutting DEI roles and “retire (its) current DEI goals while still ensuring [...]

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