Anti-White Discimination under investigation at Texas College

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March, 13, 2013

Today, Rachel McGregor with the Dallas Office of Civil Rights acknowledged her office is investigating a Title VI racial discrimination complaint filed by Richard Railey, a white student at Tarrant County College in Fort Worth. Texas.

Mr. Railey’s 27 page complaint alleges that his school, under the direction of the Chancellor Erma Hadley, and with the approval of the College’s Board President William Greenhill,

“colluded, conspired, and schemed to purposefully, willfully, and with malice to have separately and jointly exercised conduct directed against my person based on race for the purposes of debasement, intimidation, bullying, and harassment, at a level of severity that has affected my ability to participate and/or benefit from my educational program at Tarrant County College”.

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Mr. Railey’s complaint was filed in response to a school program started last year by the college entitled “Men of Color”, in which Black and Hispanic males are offered specialized tutoring, mentoring, and financial aid services, to the exclusion of white men and women.  No mention is made in the widely distributed program flyer of welcoming or encouraging  the many other classes of the student body.

In an article published on Oct,. 24th, 2012 in the schools paper, The Collegian, TCC administrators claim that it is necessary to institute discriminatory programs in order to correct social inequalities and disadvantages. According to the article, TCC administrators seem to think that only in this way; by paying – giving special benefits to non-white male students–can they have an equal chance and inequalities be rectified.

According to a Nov. 28th, follow-up editorial published by The Collegian, “Race-based policies, like TCC’s new minority mentorship program, are still necessary because, according to TCC administrators, half of African-American and Hispanic students drop out after their first semester.”

However, in the article from the school paper, neither Ms. Black, Vice Chancellor of student success and administrator of the exclusionary program, nor any other administrator at Tarrant County College, commented on the dismal graduation statics for their white students.

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According to the non-profit organization Complete College America, white students seeking an Associates degree in the state of Texas are struggling mightily. Only 3.6% of white students graduate on time in 2 years, compared to 2.4% of blacks and Hispanics. And only 11.7% of whites graduate after 4 years, compared to 11.3% of Hispanics and 8.1% of blacks.

Does a 0.4% difference in 4-year graduation rates between whites and Hispanics really justify racially discriminatory programs and the exclusion of an entire segment of the student body from participating in the resources of their college? Shouldn’t students have equal access to extra financial and academic aid programs, regardless of race or gender?

Mr. Railey claims he is struggling mightily in his classes and has repeatedly, in writing and in-person requested tutoring assistance and was either ignored or advised he would have to seek help elsewhere, outside of the “Men of Color” program.

Mr. Railey states, “I registered and attended the Feb 8th “Mentoring  Summit” held at our SE campus hoping to find a tutor and maybe participate in the supportive tuition grants that were to be distributed to attending  students.  I spoke to the event coordinator  Terry Aaron (African-American), advised her I was a student in need, and asked if I could participate.  She suggested I speak to the local coordinator who was in attendance, Freddie Sandifer”.

“So I did”, states Mr. Railey. “ I introduced myself as a student, advised I was seeking assistance, and Mr. Sandifer (an African-American)  stated he was willing to help any student in need but directed I seek assistance elsewhere?  Later, when I tried to address the panel, Mr. Sandifer disparaged me and tried to prevent me from participating in the discussion.  I taped the whole event and was so distraught I produced a video short of the episode.

The next day I wrote Ms. Aaron and Mr. Sandifer and again re-iterated my need and interest in participating in their tutoring program.  I never received a response from either.  Finally, I contacted the program’s senior coordinator Christopher Douglas, and asked if I could meet with him to discuss the program and my participation”.

Mr. Railey continues, “So on March 1st 2013 I met with Mr. Douglas, the Campus President Tahita Fulkerson, and David Wells the Vice-Chancellor of Academic Affairs.  I informed them I was struggling in my classes, and have tried repeatedly to seek out assistance and tutoring, and was most interested in participating in their “Men of Color” program.  I was reassured the school does not discriminate based on race, and that all their programs are open to all students, however, they advised me they would find “someone else” (outside of the “men of color” program) to assist me, as the focus of this program (stated Mr. Douglas) was for African-American Men and Hispanics.  Since the meeting, I’ve never heard back from any of them with regards to tutoring or mentoring assistance.”

Mr. Railey also names in his complaint Joy Gates Black, Vice-Chancellor of Student Success and senior administrator of the program, and Christopher Douglas director of student success and senior coordinator as additional parties that he alleges have excluded him from participation based on the color of his skin (white).

Mr. Railey concludes, “Although I applaud the schools efforts in forming a specialized tutoring and mentoring program to seek our students success, shouldn’t we be seeking out the success of all of our students on an equal basis?

Richard Railey is a student at Tarrant County College

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Tarrant County College – “We have a right to discriminate”

Fort Worth, Texas – Tarrant County College, a five-campus, 2-year community college system, this week affirmed its unabridged “right” to discriminate against women and white students using funding from a Title III Federal Grant.

A new program, entitled “Men of Color Mentoring” has been launched by college vice president Joy Gates Black. The program uses federal funds to solely benefit the college’s black and Hispanic male student population, expressly to the exclusion of the white students and women.

The new program provides non-white males with “personal mentors, specialized tutoring, specific and specialized degree plans, extra curriculum, [and] financial aid,” according to the college’s news publication, The Collegian.

TCC administrators claim that it is necessary to institute discriminatory programs in order to correct social inequalities and disadvantages. Administrators seem to think that only in this way–by paying / giving special benefits to black male students–can they have an equal chance and inequalities be rectified.

According to an editorial published by The Collegian, “Race-based policies, like TCC’s new minority mentorship program, are still necessary because, according to TCC administrators, half of African-American and Hispanic students drop out after their first semester.”

However, neither Ms. Black nor any other administrators at Tarrant County College commented on the dismal graduation statics for their white students. According to the non-profit organization Complete College America, white students seeking an Associates degree in the state of Texas are struggling mightily. Only 3.6% of white students graduate on time in 2 years, compared to 2.4% of blacks and Hispanics. And only 11.7% of whites graduate after 4 years, compared to 11.3% of Hispanics and 8.1% of blacks.

Does a 0.4% difference in 4-year graduation rates between whites and Hispanics really justify racism and discrimination? Shouldn’t students have equal access to extra financial and academic aid programs, regardless of race or gender?

The local college paper, The Collegian, quipped, “It would be annoying if the college broadened the mentorship program to demographics [white students] that are not struggling.” But if you consider the statistics, which show comparable struggles among white and non-whites, it is hard to understand the antipathy behind that statement.

Apparently, the failure of 96% of white community college students to graduate on time in the state of Texas is not of much concern to college administrators.

The choice to discriminate at Tarrant County College isn’t about helping people who need it. Instead, it’s just the latest method college administrators have devised in order to practice anti-white discrimination under the guise of equality and social justice.

In response, some students at TCC are fighting back and have formed a White Student Union to combat institutional racism and discrimination on campus.

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Tarrant County College – Race Based Mentoring Excludes White Students

Gates.Black.RacistI was appalled reading in the October 24th “Collegian”  ,  the Tarrant County College Online Newspaper, that our school is  blatantly, willfully, and maliciously discriminating against White Students.  The article states that Ms. Joy Gates Black, Vice Chancellor for Student Success is starting a new tutoring and mentoring program for “Men of Color” (how racists is that?)  White peoples need not apply.  Ms Black states this program is “creative and unique”, meaning it is unique in its bigotry, discriminatory in its practice, and white men are specifically discouraged from participating.

Ms. Black goes on to state that only in this way will minorities (students who specifically are not white) have an EQUAL CHANCE at completing college.  One wonders how providing a separate and exclusive racist based mentoring/tutoring program for one race while excluding those of other races is somehow EQUAL?  White peoples are constantly reminded that TCC does not discriminate and should not expect any preferential treatment in relation to financing, tutoring, mentoring, or employment assistance.  However, for some reason this FEDERAL POLICY does not apply when it comes to the Black, Brown, and Tan peoples?  The ends justify the means?  It’s not discrimination unless we say its discrimination?

Ms. Black continues that these misguided black and brown students just dropped out of school and oh my, what can we do?  The implication is that TCC must actively and disproportionately direct funds dedicated for ALL STUDENTS and reallocate them to getting the Black and Browns back into school.  Really, that’s not discriminatory?  I dropped out of TCC last January 2012, no one called me, offered me mentoring, tutoring, counseling, or financial assistance to get me back into school.  Why not?  What, because I’m white?  Do I not count, do I not have value?  Does the administration at TCC think they have TOO MANY white peoples graduating?  Tell that to all the white men that drop out.  Who speaks for them?

Next, Ms. BLACK advises us this “program” is to be funded by a Title III Federal Grant to promote STUDENT success, not Blackness Success or Brownness Success but Student Success.  Why then Ms. Black are you mis-allocating these federal  funds only towards the black and brown students?  Are you aware TCC HAS white students?  Ever met one?  Give it a try, you’ll find out we’re people too!  How about we use these funds to reach out to ALL students that have dropped out, not just the black and browns?

Finally, Ms. Black joyfully proclaims that it is her sincere hope that this racial and discriminatory practice becomes MANDATORY at every college!  Who are these people and where is the public outcry?

Let me be clear, as a student at TCC I am uniquely aware of  efforts by some in this administration that seek to marginalize, disenfranchise, and characterize ALL white men as evil.  Yes, that’s right, in my Government class last summer we were taught, and I quote, “white men are an enduring contemporary evil”.  That’s right, your school, TCC, promotes, condones, and indoctrinates its students to hold Contempt and Disdain for white men. I’m Evil in the eyes of some at TCC because my skin color is white.

Here’s the link:  http://mstrrick.wordpress.com/2011/07/31/indoctrination-in-college-texts/

I wrote our Chancellor, Ms. Hadley, protesting numerous discriminatory practices, I met with the TCC school board, spoke at the open mic podium, wrote the THECB (Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board) all to no avail.  Finally, I posted a blog detailing the many discriminatory practices at TCC:

http://mstrrick.wordpress.com/2011/08/21/equality-of-ends/

Remember this quote:  “Injustice anywhere is Injustice everywhere”  – MLK 1963, Letter from a Birmingham jail.

How come each TCC campus does not have  “MEN OF WHITENESS” campus groups to promote white values, white traditions, discuss discriminatory practices against white men in college, affirmative action (diversity), discrimination in hiring (diversity), discrimination in distribution of financial aid (diversity), etc…?  I plan to start one, and move we celebrate a White History Month on Campus!  Email me to join.  Remember, Diversity is a code word for anti-white.

Speak out; let your Chancellor and fellow students hear you:  “Power concedes nothing without a demand” - Frederick Douglas

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Tarrant College Trustee’s Redistrict based on Race

Click to access Star-Telegram article

So how would you expect the Tarrant County College and their Board of Trustee’s to react when concerns are raised by some of their students that they may be discriminating against them based on race, disenfranchising one group to advance some idealistic utopian objective of another? (see “Equality of Ends”)

REDISTRICT of course!  Petulance, arrogance, heels dug in, the “White Guilt” of the Tarrant County Board of Trustee’s decided they must re-group all their minorities (citizens who are not white) together into “tribes” so they can be properly represented?  Diversity?  That’s only important when two whites guys are living in the same neighborhood.  Gotta break-em up, might be a Klan meeting about to begin?

I’ve written to this Board of Trustee’s a few times now asking them to please stop with all this politicos via racial identities, but they refuse to even respond.

I  remind the board that if we continue to recite to different ethnicity’s that they MUST maintain a group identity politic based on race rather than INDIVIDUAL ideals and moral standards, this divisiveness will never end.

So I sent them an “Open Letter”. (This is an amalgam of two)

I read last Fridays (07-08-11) Star article concerning your “redistricting” plan for TCC and was quite dismayed.  What are you thinking?  As a group you seem obsessed with race.  Why is it so important for districts to have representation based on race?  You are moving people around so they can be grouped together based on ethnicity’s?  Who do you think you are?  Masters of the Universe?  Some kind of twisted statists re-engineering YOUR populations?  You are PROMOTING a state sanctioned SEGREGATION?   This is disturbed and distorted thinking.

The  bias expressed by this redistricting plan is troubling.  Why do the trustee’s have such anger and fury, such limited interest for their “Anglo” citizens that they gather as an assembly specifically to disenfranchise and diminish one’s status?  Equality of Ends?

History is littered with those of good intentions seeking altruist goals through immoral measures, that somehow the end justifies the means. Experience hath shown that equality of ends is not equality at all, but a policy of picking winners over losers, and thus trading one victim class only to create another”.

And why does having a minority majority (oxymoron?) “enhance” (as your attorney Tom Carr stated), “the possibility of a minority getting elected”?  Are you saying the minority populations of Fort Worth vote ONLY based on race?    You do a disservice to the honor, values, and integrity OF ALL your constituents by ASSUMING they MUST be represented by a Board Member of the same ethnicity and MUST  vote based on race.

This is the second decade of the 21st century, please…. Tarrant County College Board of Trustee’s, put away your archaic racial prejudices and end this disruptive and perpetually antagonistic attempt to sow racial discord among the citizens of Fort Worth.

Also, what does this mean about O.K. Carters 5th  and Kristen Vandergrift’s 3rd  ”Majority Angelo”  districts “are now both roughly 45 percent Anglo and 55 percent minority”.  Are you reading these words?  55 percent MINORITY?  How can one represent 55% AND be a minority, what kind of “Orwellian” math is that?  LOL

And I thought “Anglo” peoples were now a minority here in Texas as of the 2010 census?  Why do you continue with this never-ending diminishment of one ethnicity to  advance the  agenda of another?  Are you listening to yourselves?  Please attend a cultural sensitivity class soon.

Ms. Morrison

And what is this from Gwendolyn Morrison of the Board of Trustee’s 6th district, “It seems to be a reasonable idea”, “I think the most important thing is we maintain community representation on the board”.  Are you listening to yourself Ms. Morrison?  What are you saying, think about it?  You goals are noble but your means are misguided.

“It seems reasonable”, Ms. Morrison continued.  Reasonable to assume that our citizens are biased and expect representatives based on skin color.  Is that what you think is reasonable Ms. Morrison?

When I seek a representative I don’t look for race, I look for qualities of integrity and experience; morality and standards that represent an equality of persons and ideals, not skin color.  When I choose a doctor, plumber, city councilman, etc..  I don’t opt for a “white one”, just a qualified one.

What about you Tarrant County Board of Trustee’s, what do you look for?

Mstr Rick

Authors note:  The original article is available at the link embedded in the article graphic, however the Star-Telegram has deleted the outpouring of  negative citizen comments to  TCC’s race based  redistricting plan.  You may visit my (and others) original unedited comments by visiting my Disqus account and scrolling through to find the comments of July 9th, 2011.
http://disqus.com/MstrRick/
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Marxist Indoctrination In College Textbooks

“Facts are Stubborn Things” – R. Reagan

Tarrant County College
Indoctrination of Liberal Fascism

I am a student at Tarrant County College in Fort Worth Texas taking a course that EVERY student is REQUIRED to complete REGARDLESS of their major, United States Government.

Sounds good, right?  Not so fast. The text we work out of, “Living Democracy” by Daniel Shea is a creepy twisted myopic journey through the evils of America and the US Constitution.  Really.   AmeriKKKa in the second decade of the twenty-first century is characterized as a hateful bigoted wasteland, the Constitution a failed governing system, and white men as an enduring contemporary evil.

Really, this is happening today, NOW, in an American College classroom, full of blank slates scribbling furiously.   We are taught that the concept of “Equal Opportunity” is an unjust and futile doctrine as it’s promotes INDIVIDUALISM and some individuals may strive harder and achieve greater success than others?  This is not fair our text teaches us.  P. 189 Really.

“There is a better way” we are chastised, “Equality of Condition” (outcomes), whereby policies (state party officials – The Politburo?) will acquire (confiscate through progressive taxes and eminent domain) and distribute individual and corporate wealth and productivity so that everyone is equally provided goods and services.  P. 190   Really?  This sounds strangely familiar, “From each according to his ability to each according to his need”. -Karl Marx ?

Daniel Shea

Liberal Fascism Indoctrination

Our text continues… “America’s limited concept of opportunity”… advocates…  “belief in the values of individualism and self reliance in the American ideology… and leads to a disparity that  is an accepted aspect of the American free-enterprise system and its emphasis on individualism… This Equality of Opportunity does not reflect a comprehensive goal pursued by the American governing system”. P. 190-191  Really?

This text is a Fascist exercise in Liberal excrement of the statist philosophy of conformity and dependence.  The industrious and successful are demonized as perpetrators against the public good to justify government intervention on behalf of an endless parade of “victims”.  The author attempts to convince the student that individualism, self reliance, and initiative are evil designs of a failed American Ideology.

This Author, Daniel Shea encourages the reader to embrace a new “fairer” governing system where independent thought and deeds will no longer be necessary, the omnipotent collective will provide for us all.  Individualism, freedom, and Liberty are the enemy of the state, line up my acquiescent drones and be subjugated.

It’s the second decade of the 21st Century and Americas students are safely seated in their classrooms.  Really???

Text outtakes and specific references are available via public link at Google docs here:

Living Democracy Text Outtakes

Mstr Rick

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