July 02, 2008

Racial Equality in Nebraska - Yes or No?

Sign the petition to put the abolition of institutionalized racist and sexist discrimination on the ballot here in Nebraska. Do it today; the deadline for signatures is Independence Day.**
Martin Luther King: I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.
BAMN: We have a scheme to judge Dr. King's kids by the color of their skin and by the contents of their underwear, and we will make our scheme stick By Any Means Necessary.
That BAMN scheme is affirmative action, just another name for discrimination based on skin color and gender. We know it isn't right. We shouldn't tolerate it. Race and gender discrimination are inherently wrong. Help the Nebraska Civil Rights Initiative abolish the racist and sexist laws that shame Nebraska. All they are asking is for the issue to be put to a fair vote of the people.

Do your part to help end wrongful discrimination. Sign the Nebraska Civil Rights Initiative petition now. If you need help finding a petition to sign, check with Gerard Harbison.
Any questions? See Gerard Harbison's Nebraska Civil Rights Initiative: the blog! Nebraska blog readers also know Gerard as the author of one of Nebraska's premier blogs: The Right Wing Professor.
** Duh! Gerard Harbison just e-mailed to point out the obvious to me: the State offices will be closed on Friday, so you need to sign that petition today!

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