The Civil Rights Act of 1964: Doesn’t exist at the University of Illinois
Genocide is coming to America: The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has established a mentoring program, with financial rewards, that expressly discriminates against Asians and whites (unless the whites happen to have Latin American genes).
From the program’s own webpage:
[W]e are pleased to launch the Milliman Mentorship Program, an actuarial mentorship program for students of underrepresented minorities (Black, Latino, Native American) at the University of Illinois.
…This program is currently targeted towards students of color, early in their college career, who may be interested in a STEM-oriented career.
The webpage then lists the benefits, including financial support and additional free mentoring assistence.
As noted at the Campus Reform article at the first link, this is clearly a violation of numerous civil rights laws.
Mark Perry, economics professor at the University of Michigan-Flint and scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, told Campus Reform that the program is “definitely a Title VI violation.”
“According to Title VI, it is illegal for universities to treat students differently on the basis of skin color, and it is illegal to offer racially exclusionary and racially discriminatory programs,” Perry said. “By restricting this mentorship program to Black, Latino, Native American students, while illegally excluding White and Asian students on the basis of race and color, the University is in violation of Title VI.”
Such programs have become quite popular now in academic circles. While it was once considered evil to provide “separate but equal” educational facilites based on race, now it is the in-thing, except that now the goal is to favor minorites over whites or Asians.
One thing however remains the same as in the past. The Jim Crow laws in the deep south, that consigned blacks to inferior segregrated schools, were passed and maintained by the Democratic Party, often enforced by violence by the KKK, Today, the new Jim Crow segregation, now against whites, is being pushed by the Democrats again, with Antifa and BLM thugs replacing the KKK.
Or as Democrat Governor George Wallace put in 1963, “Segregation today, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever!”
There was a reason that a great migration of blacks fled the south to northern cities in the mid-20th century. They were fleeing bigoted and corrupt Democratic Party rule. And there is a reason now they are now migrating back to the south: they are once again fleeing states and cities controlled by today’s bigoted and corrupt Democratic Party.
Since academia is controlled almost completely by leftist Democrats, it is no surprise to see such Jim Crow policies being instituted in universities. It is what leftists do, hate others based on their race.
Though a complaint against this program has been filed with the Chicago Office of Civil Rights, don’t expect much action. Civil rights bureaucracies are also dominated by Democratic Party operatives. They will protect their own.
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