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Racist Article in AsianWeek “Why I Hate Blacks” February 28, 2007

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A racist article was just printed in a San Francisco weekly newspaper named AsianWeek. Kenneth Eng who has called himself a Asian supremacist in the past was still writing for this newspaper even after he had in the past published articles called “Proof That Whites Inherently Hate Us” and “Why I Hate Asians.” AsianWeek has removed the “Why I Hate Blacks” article from the AsianWeek.com website, however, it was still published in the print edition of their newspaper. The website Independentconservative.com has a good column focusing on this hateful article. The following is the original text of the article AsianWeek published:


Why I Hate Blacks

Kenneth Eng, Feb 23, 2007

Here is a list of reasons why we should discriminate against blacks, starting from the most obvious down to the least obvious:

Blacks hate us. Every Asian who has ever come across
them knows that they take almost every opportunity to hurl
racist remarks at us.

In my experience, I would say about 90 percent of blacks I have met, regardless of age or environment, poke fun at the very sight of an Asian. Furthermore, their activity in the media proves their hatred: Rush Hour, Exit Wounds, Hot 97, etc.



Racist Rabbi Compares Blacks to Monkeys February 26, 2007

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MIT Professor Begins Hunger Strike Over Denied Tenure February 7, 2007

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An African American MIT professor has begun a hunger strike to protest the university’s decision to deny him tenure. He claims the move is based on racism.

James Sherley is a stem cell scientist who says he’s spent two years trying to get MIT administrators to reverse a decision not to recommend his tenure.

Sherley ate breakfast Monday, then began his hunger strike.

He waited outside the office of MIT provost Rafael Reif for several hours in a peaceful protest.

He says he’ll continue his hunger strike “as long as it takes” for MIT to acknowledge that racism played a role in the decision to deny him tenure.

MIT officials say less than half of its junior faculty members are granted tenure. Chancellor Phillip Clay maintains racism played no role in the decision.

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Racism behind Texas Mayor’s N-Word Ban? February 4, 2007

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From Mel Gibson’s anti-Semitic rant, to Michael Richard’s racist tirade, to the anti-gay slurs voiced by Grey’s Anatomy star, Isaiah Washington, the question on my mind has been, “Where did all of that hatred come from, and what, if anything, does it say about the state of America’s melting pot?”

It is against this backdrop that Brazoria, Texas mayor, Ken Corley, who is 62 and white, recently sought to outlaw use of the “N-word” in his town of 2800 (about 10 percent of whom are black). Under the proposed law, users of the N-word would be fined $500.

Eventually, the mayor announced he was dropping the proposal altogether — which was a very sound decision from a legal perspective. As ugly as the N-word is, the ordinance would have been in direct conflict with First Amendment protections of free speech, and a competent court would certainly have thrown it out.


AK Steel pays $600,000 to settle racism charge February 4, 2007

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By Anya Sostek, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

AK Steel will pay several black employees a total of $600,000 to settle charges of condoning racist threats and displays at its plant in Butler.

The “hostile work environment” in the Butler facility included nooses, Nazi graffiti, racial slurs and Ku Klux Klan videos, according to a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

A spokesman for AK Steel said the actions violated long-standing harassment policies, and denied that the company looked the other way. “In the interest of judicial expediency, we agreed to the settlement, although we deny the allegations,” said Alan McCoy. “The alleged behaviors were not condoned.”

Gerald Patterson, a black employee of AK Steel, died after filing the initial complaint with the EEOC against the company in 2003. The $600,000 will be split among his estate and seven other black workers at the plant.


Lawsuit: Schwan’s refused to hire black applicants January 31, 2007

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ST. LOUIS A federal lawsuit alleges a frozen food company discriminated against two qualified black job applicants in predominantly white St. Charles County.

The lawsuit says The Schwan Food Company passed over a black applicant for a route sales job over concerns St. Charles County customers would be intimidated by him.The lawsuit by the U-S Equal Opportunity Commission also claims the company refused to hire a black job applicant for a warehouse position in O’Fallon. E-E-O-C says it investigated a similar accusation from a third individual.The Marshall, Minnesota-based company says it’s not aware of any discriminatory conduct, but will investigate and take remedial action if necessary.The company says it is the largest manufacturing employer in Marshall; Salina, Kansas; Florence, Kentucky; and Stilwell, Oklahoma.

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French socialist thrown out of party for racism against Blacks January 28, 2007

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PARIS: The French Socialist party threw out one of its leading members on Saturday for having said there were too many black players in the national soccer team, adding to the woes of its presidential candidate Segolene Royal.

Georges Freche, president of the Languedoc-Roussillon region in the south and a founding member of the party, is a supporter of Royal. She has backed his expulsion from the party but it comes at a bad time for her as she faces criticism for a series of gaffes on foreign policy and domestic issues.

The decision was made at a meeting of members of a commission set up to resolve internal party disputes.

“If he had not said what he said, we would all. . . be in a much more agreeable situation,” said Patrick Mennucci, deputy director of Royal’s campaign.

“The situation is very unpleasant and the Socialist Party cannot continue to have someone who makes comments of this sort in its ranks.”

In November, Freches was reported complaining at a local political meeting that nine out of the eleven members of the national soccer team were black.

“I am ashamed for this country. Soon there will be eleven blacks,” the Midi libre newspaper quoted him as saying.


Mississippi Man Arrested in Killing of 2 Blacks in ’64 January 28, 2007

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ATLANTA, Jan. 24 — A 71-year-old man was arrested Wednesday in Mississippi on federal kidnapping charges stemming from the 1964 killing of two black teenagers who were tied to trees, whipped and drowned.

The suspect, James F. Seale, a former crop-duster, was indicted in Jackson and taken into custody in the southwestern Mississippi town of Roxie, not far from where the two young men were seized.

The charges against Mr. Seale, some seven years after the Federal Bureau of Investigation reopened the case, are the latest in a string of prosecutions of racially motivated slayings from the 1950s and ’60s. While virtually all the prosecutions so far have proved successful, investigators have long warned that every passing year makes it more difficult to build a case.

Many of those killings became nationally infamous, like the murder of three civil rights workers — James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner — portrayed decades later in the movie “Mississippi Burning.” But like dozens of lynchings in that era, the deaths of the two victims in this case, Henry H. Dee and Charles E. Moore, both 19, were far more obscure.

The discovery of their bodies, in the Old River near Natchez, Miss., attracted attention mainly because it was initially thought that they might be those of two of the three missing rights workers, who, as the nation looked on, were being sought by federal agents, dozens of volunteers and 400 Navy sailors.

Still, the Federal Bureau of Investigation took on the case, and in November of 1964 Mr. Seale, the son of a chapter leader of the White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, and another man, Charles Marcus Edwards, were arrested. They were never prosecuted, in part because fear of Klan retribution prevented witnesses from stepping forward. According to the case file, however, Mr. Edwards told F.B.I. agents that he, Mr. Seale and others had beaten the men but that they were alive when he left them.


‘End mine racism’ at Modikwa January 26, 2007

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Members of the National Union of Mineworkers at Modikwa Platinum in Limpopo began striking on Friday morning to demand an end to racism at the mine, the union said.

“We’re outside the mine… there are more than 2000 miners (striking),” said union spokesperson Onis Serothwane on Friday.

Modikwa Platinum mine management, however, said it was confident the dispute with striking workers would be resolved through discussions.

Francis Petersen, a spokesperson for the mine in Johannesburg, said the mine was meeting with Num on Friday.

“That meeting as far as I know has already started today (Friday)… I am positive that there will be some agreement,” he said.

Petersen said discussions included wage agreements. He would not specify any details.

Tools downed

He said management had met with Num prior to the strike to discuss a list of demands. Some issues were not agreed upon while the resolution of others could not be implemented immediately.

Johannesburg-based Num spokesperson Mike Fafuli said strikers had “downed their tools” at 6am on Friday.

In a media statement issued at noon on Friday, he said the union was striking against discrepancies caused by racism in the company.

“Their gripe is the aggravating wage gap between black and white miners and the refusal of the mine management to accede to wage demands that are viewed as helpful in alleviating the wage discrepancy along racial lines.”


Racist webmaster gets 6 months for hate propaganda January 24, 2007

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A notorious Montreal-based white supremacist whose body is covered in racist tattoos was sentenced Tuesday to six months in jail for willfully promoting hatred on a website he created.

Jean-Sébastien Presseault built and managed a website that featured racist and anti-Semitic music, documents, literature and cartoons available for download, including songs with titles such as “Skin is Black, You Make Me Sick.”

Before he was arrested in 2003, Presseault’s U.S.-based website received hundreds of thousands of hits, and material was downloaded from it more than 300,000 times, according to Montreal police.

Presseault has been in custody since June 2006, when he pleaded guilty to willfully promoting hatred, after he was picked up by police for uttering threats against the judge hearing his case.

On Tuesday, Quebec judge Martin Vauclair concluded Presseault, now 30, is a racist and violent man, and rejected the defence’s request for a more lenient sentence to be served in the community.


CPS faces racial discrimination claim from top Asian prosecutor January 17, 2007

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BRITAIN’S most senior female Asian prosecutor has claimed she suffered racial discrimination and victimisation at the hands of the Crown Prosecution Service.

Madhu Rai, Chief Crown Prosecutor of Gwent, is taking the CPS to an employment tribunal in connection with her treatment by senior management.

Her claim is one of five race discrimination complaints that the CPS is facing, and undoubtedly the most serious.

Ms Rai was appointed in 2005 by the new director of public prosecutions, Ken Macdonald QC, who five years ago admitted the CPS was “institutionally racist”.

Her appointment was seen as a breakthrough for equality campaigners, and she has since been tipped as a possible contender for first Asian leader of the CPS.

But three of the other claimants battling the CPS are also black or Asian, giving rise to concerns that there has been little progress since Mr Macdonald’s declaration.

Ms Rai is now on “temporary assignment” at the national headquarters in London, according to the CPS Gwent website. However it is believed that she was initially suspended from her post, and only reinstated after she appealed over the bullying allegation.


Roots of Latino/black anger January 17, 2007

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Longtime prejudices, not economic rivalry, fuel tensions.

THE ACRIMONIOUS relationship between Latinos and African Americans in Los Angeles is growing hard to ignore. Although last weekend’s black-versus-Latino race riot at Chino state prison is unfortunately not an aberration, the Dec. 15 murder in the Harbor Gateway neighborhood of Cheryl Green, a 14-year-old African American, allegedly by members of a Latino gang, was shocking.

Yet there was nothing really new about it. Rather, the murder was a manifestation of an increasingly common trend: Latino ethnic cleansing of African Americans from multiracial neighborhoods. Just last August, federal prosecutors convicted four Latino gang members of engaging in a six-year conspiracy to assault and murder African Americans in Highland Park. During the trial, prosecutors demonstrated that African American residents (with no gang ties at all) were being terrorized in an effort to force them out of a neighborhood now perceived as Latino.

For example, one African American resident was murdered by Latino gang members as he looked for a parking space near his Highland Park home. In another case, a woman was knocked off her bicycle and her husband was threatened with a box cutter by one of the defendants, who said, “You niggers have been here long enough.”

At first blush, it may be mystifying why such animosity exists between two ethnic groups that share so many of the same socioeconomic deprivations. Over the years, the hostility has been explained as a natural reaction to competition for blue-collar jobs in a tight labor market, or as the result of turf battles and cultural disputes in changing neighborhoods. Others have suggested that perhaps Latinos have simply been adept at learning the U.S. lesson of anti-black racism, or that perhaps black Americans are resentful at having the benefits of the civil rights movement extended to Latinos.

Although there may be a degree of truth to some or all of these explanations, they are insufficient to explain the extremity of the ethnic violence.

Over the years, there’s also been a tendency on the part of observers to blame the conflict more on African Americans (who are often portrayed as the aggressors) than on Latinos. But although it’s certainly true that there’s plenty of blame to go around, it’s important not to ignore the effect of Latino culture and history in fueling the rift.


Former Larimore police chief says racism a factor in firing December 14, 2006

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Baltimore native Steven L. Jones, whose brief tenure as police chief of a small town in North Dakota was marred by allegations of aggressive policing and racism, has been fired.

Larimore Mayor Marvin Denault gave Jones his walking papers Friday, saying he brought too much “negativity” to the town, according to Jones. Denault could not be reached for comment.

“I am very much disappointed,” Jones said from his home in Govans yesterday. “I’ve been working 40 years and never been terminated. Never. It’s kind of hard to swallow that you lose your job for doing your job.”

Jones, 50, began working in Larimore in August and almost immediately was criticized by some townspeople who complained he ticketed people for such mundane offenses as jaywalking or leaving car engines running unattended – infractions that generally went unpunished before Jones’ arrival in the farming town of 1,400.

Previously, Jones had been a corporal with Maryland Natural Resources Police, an instructor with the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commissions, a deputy sheriff in Cecil County and a detective for the Department of Defense at Aberdeen Proving Ground.


Richmond Police Officers Allege Harassment December 14, 2006

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In formal complaints, six high-ranking police officers accuse Richmond’s new police chief of racism and harassment.Three captains and three lieutenants, all African-American, filed their allegations on Tuesday with the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, according to CBS 5.

The officers maintain that Police Chief Chris Magnus subjected them to racist and demeaning behavior. They claim to have suffered from negative comments on job evaluations and denial of promotions.

Magnus denied the allegations that he’s a racist and has harassed African American officers. He went on to say that he’s very disappointed that an official complaint was filed.The city is investigating the complaints, said City Manager Bill Lindsay.

One Richmond police commissioner, who asked CBS 5 not to be identified, described the six officers who lodged the complaints against Magnus as upstanding and respected. The commissioner said they represent “the cream of the crop” among the city’s police force.


Danish striker banned for anti-Black racism December 2, 2006

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AJAX’S Danish international forward Kenneth Perez has been banned for five matches for racially abusing a black linesman.

Perez was also fined $US16,700 ($21,210) after calling Nicky Siebert a “black cancer” during a league match against Twente on November 19.

“I am profoundly ashamed of this hurtful insult directed at Mr Siebert to whom I present my sincerest apologies,” Perez said in a written apology.

“The stupidity of my comment is totally different to the way I behave in my life every day and the way that I bring up my children.”

The Dane admitted the accusations brought by the Dutch Football Federation and accepted his punishment.

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“Kramer’s” Racist Comments — Caught on Tape November 20, 2006

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Update: Other current articles:
“Kramer” Apologizes For Racist Rant

Video of Michael Richards “Kramer” Apologizing For Racist Comments

Michael Richards / “Kramer’s” Racist Tirade Should Open Blacks’ Eyes, Leaders Say

When Racists Meet [*Feature Article*]

Michael Richards exploded in anger as he performed at a famous L.A. comedy club last Friday, hurling racial epithets that left the crowd gasping, and TMZ has obtained exclusive video of the ugly incident. Richards, who played the wacky Cosmo Kramer on the hit TV show “Seinfeld,” appeared onstage at the Laugh Factory in West Hollywood. Kyle Doss, an African-American, told TMZhe and some friends were in the cheap seats and he was playfully heckling Richards when suddenly, the comedian lost it.

The camera started rolling just as Richards began his attack, screaming at one of the men, “Fifty years ago we’d have you upside down with a f***ing fork up your ass.”

Richards continued, “You can talk, you can talk, you’re brave now motherf**ker. Throw his ass out. He’s a nigger! He’s a nigger! He’s a nigger! A nigger, look, there’s a nigger!”


$2.7m award for black firefighter fed dog food November 10, 2006

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Update: Incriminating pictures surface of black firefighter that won racial harassment suit for being fed dog food

: Black LA firefighter, Tennie Pierce loses $2.7 m discrimination settlement

A black firefighter who was served dog food in his spaghetti by his colleagues has been awarded more than $2.7m (£1.4m) to settle a lawsuit alleging racial harassment and discrimination within the Los Angeles fire department.The payout, approved 11-1 by the city council, is believed to be the largest for misconduct in the history of the department, which has been dogged for years by complaints of hostility towards black and women firefighters.

Tennie Pierce, 51, alleged that three fellow firefighters mixed canned dog food into his dinner. Mr Pierce “took a large bite, at which time he noticed the other firefighters were laughing and making noises”, the lawsuit says. He took a second bite, then demanded to know what was in his food, “but no one would tell him. [Mr Pierce] then left the kitchen with his co-workers laughing at him.”

A fire department investigation suggested the incident was intended to “humble” Mr Pierce after his team had won a fire station volleyball game. A lawyer for one of the defendants initially called the incident “a good-natured prank … [not] in any way motivated by race.”

But David Wellman, a sociologist at the University of California, Santa Cruz, said the prank was intended to “humiliate and dehumanise” Mr Pierce. “It’s … about keeping blacks out by making their lives so miserable that they don’t want to stay.”


Sixteen Plaintiffs Join Merrill Lynch Anti-Black Racial Bias Lawsuit November 8, 2006

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NEW YORK (Reuters) – Sixteen current and former black employees of Merrill Lynch & Co. are seeking to join a lawsuit accusing the largest U.S. retail brokerage of racial discrimination.

The year-old lawsuit, which seeks class-action status, accuses Merrill of systematic and pervasive discrimination against African-American brokers and trainees nationwide in hiring, promotion and compensation.

In an amended complaint filed on Monday with the federal court in Chicago, the plaintiffs added claims accusing Merrill of causing disparate harm to blacks, violating Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

“The fact that 16 plaintiffs joined the case was not unexpected,” Merrill spokesman Mark Herr said. “They had told us they would be participating. As a broad proposition with regard to the new allegations, we believe that they are wrong, and mischaracterize the firm’s position.”

The plaintiffs seek compensatory and punitive damages.

According to the amended complaint, Merrill perpetuates a hostile, “white male dominated culture” by limiting African-American brokers’ access to wealthy clients and letting bias claims slide.

It also accused Merrill of illegally pandering to “what it presumes are its racist clients,” saying “an employer violates the law when it acquiesces, accedes to or perpetuates perceived customer bias.”


New Jersey-based company accused of discrimination appoints Black vice president November 3, 2006

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In the wake of an embarrassing and potentially costly lawsuit accusing it of blatant racial discrimination, New Jersey-based Public Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G) last month announced the appointment of its first African-American senior executive in recent memory.
Rodney Dickens, 49, was named vice president of asset management and centralized services for PSE&G in early October, making him the highest-ranking Black executive at the company. Dickens will become the third man in the executive chain of command at PSE&G. Dickens has been with PSE&G—the largest provider of electrical power in the state of New Jersey for nearly 30 years.
“This is a great opportunity, and I look forward to the challenges ahead,” Dickens said recently in an interview with the AmNews. Many challenges will indeed face Dickens, as PSE&G is under fire for countless allegations of blatant acts of racial discrimination against some current and former employees.
The most recent lawsuit—filed in August in the state Superior Court of Newark, claims PSE&G “practices a widespread and consistent pattern of discrimination in the service division. In addition, the suit alleges that service requests are racially coded to ensure that Black service techs are dispatched to minority communities and white techs are sent to suburban areas.


Penn State disputes Anti-Black Discrimination Charge October 20, 2006

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Penn State committed no racial discrimination against professor Beverly Lindsay, but it limited her pay raises because she showed only satisfactory job performance, according to the university.

Lindsay, 58, brought a civil lawsuit against Penn State on Sept. 18. She alleged that Penn State repeatedly mistreated her because she is black.

The university, in a 21-page response filed Wednesday, disputed the claims and asked a federal judge to toss the case.

While Lindsay is the only black woman professor in the College of Education, “she is not the only minority full professor,” the Penn State response reads. “Nor is she the only African-American faculty member” within the college.

Penn State hired Lindsay in 1996 as dean for the University Office of International Programs. Six years later, according to the university, Lindsay resigned the deanship and accepted a full professorship.

“This transition occurred as a result of an academic administrative review of (Lindsay’s) performance as dean,” according to the Penn State response.

In the 2003-04 academic year, Lindsay said, she exceeded expectations but “received substantially lower raises than her similarly situated colleagues.” In the next year, she said, she was assigned a heavier workload than those of her mostly white colleagues.