Are Black & Hispanic USA Citizens Discriminated?

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USA Are you a Black or Spanish USA Citizen? Do you feel discriminated? Is the US denying that there is a serious problem among their own?
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7th Jan, 2003 - 1:01pm / Post ID: #

Are Black & Hispanic USA Citizens Discriminated?

Are Black & Spanish USA Citizens Discriminated?

Do you think that ethnic groups that are Black or Hispanic in origin in the USA given an extra hard time? I remember once my wife went shopping in Maryland and a woman (White) told her "Why don't you go back where you come from!" Just like that... For no reason. Here is an article about some statistics...

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LAPD DATA SHOW BLACKS, HISPANICS STOPPED MORE OFTEN

The Los Angeles Police Department released raw data Monday that seem to show African-American and Hispanic drivers and pedestrians are stopped and searched more frequently than whites and Asians.
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Post Date: 8th Jan, 2003 - 9:02pm / Post ID: #

Are Black & Hispanic USA Citizens Discriminated?
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Discriminated Citizens USA Hispanic and Black Are

I live in California. There are lots of different nationalities here.

I honestly believe that you can can find racist in just about any country and nationality. Its all a matter of hate.

On the LAPD. I don't think that crime is related to one's nationality. It just happens to be that those people pulled over were hispanic or black. Also alot of communites that the LAPD patrol have more black or hispanic people than "white" people.



9th Jan, 2003 - 10:09pm / Post ID: #

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If we are speaking about specifically about the USA I will say you will see it more in those states where the spanish population is not as big as others.
When I was in California and Arizona I didn't see that, all the opposite, everybody treated each other really good regards to their origin and background and I felt really comfortable there. They were really nice people. By the other hand when I was in Maryland was all the opposite, people were very hateful and racist. So I think is a matter of where you go.


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Post Date: 10th Jan, 2003 - 2:34am / Post ID: #

Are Black & Hispanic USA Citizens Discriminated?
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Discriminated Citizens USA Hispanic and Black Are

Yes we are....  I haven't been allowed to enter some clubs in California 3 times just because I am hispanic...  

Post Date: 10th Jan, 2003 - 5:22am / Post ID: #

Are Black & Hispanic USA Citizens Discriminated?
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Discriminated Citizens USA Hispanic and Black Are


I wonder if you are kidding.... "God Bless the Human Race".

10th Jan, 2003 - 3:14pm / Post ID: #

Are Black & Hispanic USA Citizens Discriminated?

Catter, really?. I know you was kidding in the part when you said we have to kill all those 'nasty racial people' how you describe it, but did you was really rejected three times for being hispanic?? Wow, where it was? In California?. Tell us more please, did they tell you they didn't like you because you was hispanic?.


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19th Jan, 2003 - 5:27pm / Post ID: #

Are Black & Hispanic USA Citizens Discriminated

Lets put two and two together... schools in the US are automatically segregated because those that attend must be in a certain radius from the school (in other words, within its boundaies) therefore, if a school is in a black neighbourhood it is obvious that the school will be mostly black.

From CNN:

STUDY: SCHOOLS BECOMING MORE SEGREGATED

A dozen years after the Supreme Court made it easier for public schools to
escape court-ordered desegregation plans, black and Hispanic students across
the country are increasingly less likely to learn side-by-side with their
white counterparts, according to the findings of a study released Sunday.

https://www.cnn.com/2003/EDUCATION/01/18/sc...tudy/index.html


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4th Feb, 2003 - 9:36am / Post ID: #

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From:  The Pro-Life Infonet
Reply-To:  Steven Ertelt
Subject:   Black Americans and Abortion:  The Real Racial Disparity
Source:   National Review; January 31, 2003

Black Americans and Abortion:  The Real Racial Disparity
By Anne Hendershott

[Pro-Life Infonet Note:  Anne Hendershott is a professor of Sociology at
the University of San Diego and author of the recently published The
Politics of Deviance.]

Undeterred by data demonstrating otherwise, Democratic leaders like Reps.
Charles Rangel (N.Y.) and John Conyers (Mich.) continue to complain that
the black community will suffer disproportionate casualties in a war with
Iraq. Their erroneous claims that blacks are more likely than whites to
come home from war in body bags have led them, and others, to support the
return of the draft for reasons of "racial equality."

The truth is, although blacks enlist in the armed forces at slightly
higher rates than whites, and stay longer (bringing their overall
participation in the military to 21 percent), they have historically
suffered casualty rates far below their participation rates. Contrary to
the claims of Conyers and Rangel, 12 percent of Americans killed in
Vietnam were black -- a figure that is proportionate to their numbers in
the overall U.S. population.

Sadly, however, Conyers, Rangel, Sharpton, et al. continue to miss the
real story of racial disparity in casualty rates: the disproportionate
numbers of black casualties in the war on the unborn. While Sharpton and
the other Democratic presidential hopefuls celebrated the 30th Anniversary
of Roe v. Wade at NARAL's gala, the black community continued to be
decimated by abortion rates that are nearly three times the rate of
whites.

The most recent data from the Centers for Disease Control indicate that
while 56 percent of all women who obtained legal abortions were white, the
abortion rate (the number of abortions per 1,000 women aged 15-44 per
year) for black women was 2.9 times that of white women. For every
thousand black women, 32 have abortions, as compared with 11 for every
thousand white women. Likewise with numbers of abortions per 1,000 births:
The abortions/births ratio for white women was 184 abortions per 1,000
live births; for black women, it was 543 abortions per 1,000 births. This
means that abortion ratios for black women were 2.8 times greater than
those for white women. Sadly, black women were also more likely to obtain
riskier abortions late in their pregnancies, while white women were
significantly more likely than black women to obtain abortions before 16
weeks.

While these data most likely reflect inequality in access to health care,
data also indicate that the racial disparities in abortion rates have
increased steadily since 1989. In some localities, including Mississippi,
Louisiana, Maryland, and Georgia, more than half of all abortions are
performed on black women. Black women in New York City and in the entire
state of New Jersey receive more than 47 percent of all abortions
performed there.

Comparisons by race cannot be made in California, because the state --
unlike any other state -- refuses to comply with requirements to report
statistics on abortion. California's reporting requirement was enacted in
1967 as part of a larger abortion law called the Therapeutic Abortion Act.
Yet even with the threat of losing federal funds, California has
consistently refused to report its abortion data. Michael Quinn, the chief
of California's office for health information, was recently quoted in a
Catholic newspaper account as saying that "California does not actively
collect abortion statistics because they are highly sensitive and highly
political."

Abortion data -- like all casualty data -- are indeed sensitive. They
reveal life-or-death decisions for women and unborn children and for this
very reason should be disseminated widely. California needs to be
encouraged to provide data on abortion.

For policymakers to address the real casualties among blacks would take
courage -- far beyond the grandstanding on the military draft by Sharpton,
Conyers, and Rangel. They might begin by listening to the poignant lyrics
of hip-hop artist Nas in his recent mega-hit, "One Mic." Nas knows that
his community has been devastated by abortion and in a courageous plea,
the rapper simply asks women to stop abortion because "we need more
warriors here."

--
National Right to Life will host its 2003 national convention in St.
Louis. Come celebrate the 4th of July with pro-life speakers, workshops
and much more. For details, see https://www.nrlc.org/convention/index.html


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