Monthly Archives: March 2011

First school desegregation victory was 80 years ago today: Lemon Grove incident

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Today is the 80th anniversary of the first school desegregation case in the United States.

What? You might say that Brown vs. Board was in 1954. That’s what they teach you in traditional American history classes.

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FBI investigating cross-burning in small town in Califas

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Those dark times are back again…

Neo-Nazis such as Russell Pearce run Arizona, white supremacists along the border killing innocent Mexican-American children, Democrats in Tucson trying to dismantle Mexican-American studies… it all adds up…

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Jan Brewer signs Steve Montenegro’s “self-hating minority” abortion bill into law

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For more background on the abortion bill mentioned below, I wrote about it here and here.


via Press Release

Jan Brewer Signs Bill Banning Abortion for Supposed “Self Hating” Minorities

This week Jan Brewer signed another controversial piece of legislation drafted by the Radical Tea Party Arizona State Legislature that would forbid abortions on the grounds of race or gender. The bill was sponsored by legislator Steve Montenegro and is a response to the higher abortion rates seen among minority communities. In speaking about the reason for drafting the bill, Montenegro noted the higher abortion rate among the Latino and Black communities and suggested that minority women were getting abortions because they did not want to have minority children.

Steve Montenegro, main sponsor of HB2281 and HB2243, which passed today.

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