Archive for the 'Racism' Category

Hispanic Racism Rears its Ugly Head in US Congress

Friday, October 28th, 2005

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After reading a newspaper column headlined: Survey reviews Hispanic hiring, Rep. Joe Baca Sr. [D-Rialto, CA] leads task force to ensure corporate America reflects its [Hispanic and Latino] communities, several thoughts came to mind. Information in the article reveals that U.S. House of Representative’s Baca has launched a quest to gain ‘proportional equivalence’ […]

Racisto Latinos Americanos

Friday, October 7th, 2005

Dressed in a white housedress embroidered with bright flowers, Martha Ruiz stands on her front lawn and points across a central Phoenix street to people whom she considers a nuisance: immigrant neighbors.
They don’t control their pets and little children, and let them run all over the neighborhood and into her yard, she says. They crank […]

Who Is Deshawn Sanders?

Thursday, September 22nd, 2005

If you know him, have him email me. After reading a few of this guys posts on the San Diego IndyMedia website he has become my new American hero.
Who’s the racist facist?
by Deshawn Sanders
Thursday, Sep. 22, 2005 at 1:33 AM
Who uses mob intimidation, threats of violence, verbal assault and abuse, stalking, and outright violation […]

Geraldo Rivera Calls Minutemen ‘Vigilantes’

Wednesday, September 21st, 2005

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Geraldo Rivera, senior correspondent for Fox News, told a group of Hispanic journalists vigilantes had created “hysteria along the borders” and advised his colleagues not to “let your newsroom push you around on the issue of immigration.”
“Bust them on their hypocrisy,” Rivera said at the annual awards gala of the National Association of […]

Mexican Racist Groups

Sunday, August 14th, 2005

Here’s a good primer on Mexican racist groups like La Raza and MEChA and “how they wage their racist war.” Discover the Network is the place for more detailed information.

The Race Card

Thursday, August 4th, 2005

The open border radicals libel everyone as racist. When they play the race card it puts the other side on the defensive and how can anyone prove that they’re not racists? They can’t. The media loves it too because accusations of racism work so well in 10-second sound bytes. It also takes attention away […]

Blacks and Hispanics: Allies or Rivals?

Sunday, July 31st, 2005

By Lisa Richardson
LA Times Staff Writer
The Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, head of the organization, had arranged the meeting to take the temperature of the public — particularly blacks and Latinos — on relations between the two groups.
At least for this audience, gathered at the brotherhood group’s headquarters near Pico and La Cienega boulevards Thursday night […]

Black-Latino divide

Wednesday, July 13th, 2005

Pretending it’s not real won’t solve L.A.’s racial issue
By Earl Ofari Hutchinson
Saturday, June 25, 2005 - The issue is painful and explosive, and city and county officials tap dance around it for fear that they’ll offend blacks and Latinos or that they’ll stir up racial antagonisms. But Los Angeles’ black and Latino clash is real […]

Mexican Goverment Issues Racist Postal Stamps

Wednesday, June 29th, 2005

By MARK STEVENSON, Associated Press Writer
The Mexican government has issued postage stamps depicting an exaggerated black cartoon character known as Memin Pinguin, drawing protest from U.S. activists Wednesday just weeks after remarks by President Vicente Fox angered American blacks.
The series of five stamps released Wednesday depicts a hapless boy drawn with exaggerated features, thick lips […]