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    Campuses Continue to be the Hotspots
    Posted by Lewis Doherty on: 2007-10-19 19:05:15

    The fight over the next generation continues.

    The University of Kentucky is also looking to fill a position for the Vice President of Diversity. What they need is a Vice President for the First Amendment.

    It is quite telling that the Civil Rights Industry was unable to accomplish its goal of equality, since it is biologically impossible, and has shifted to focusing on “diversity.”

    Racism growing on campuses -- Panel lists incidents, seeks more diversity - by Art Jester

    The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights called on the state's educational institutions yesterday to stop hate-related incidents and to increase diversity on their campuses.

    The commission's recommendations were in a resolution approved by 9-0 vote in a meeting at the University of Kentucky Student Center.

    This resolution was partly in response to the UK student newspaper's Oct. 5 publication of an editorial cartoon that black students and others have attacked as racially offensive.


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