Brooke Kimbrough (center with thang-a-ma-nig on her head)

Activists with the radical pro-affirmative action group, By Any Means Necessary, staged a protest on Tuesday featuring a black Detroit high school student who was denied admission to the University of Michigan.

The student, Brooke Kimbrough, claimed UM rejected her because of her “morals,” and not her below-average ACT score of 23. (The average U-M student has a score between 28 and 32.)

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A bit of info about Brooke Kimbrough’s high school (University Preparatory Academy (PSAD)-High School) from MI Dept. of Education :

99% black and 1% multi-racial

According to test scores on a scale of 1-10 (10 being the best) UPA is rated a 3 (failure).

83% receive free or reduced priced lunch

A $3 million wrongful death lawsuit accuses a 9-1-1 Spanish-language interpreter of botching the translation of an address and sending an ambulance to the wrong location as a 25-year-old woman was gasping for air.

A total of 26 minutes ticked by as medics raced around searching for the woman in distress, received the correct address and arrived to find Elidiana Valdez-Lemus unconscious from cardiac arrest. She had not taken a breath in the previous 14 minutes, and doctors declared her brain dead.

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Eighth grade students line up and wait patiently, Indian music playing softly in the background, for their teacher Savita Narang to apply a red dot, a tika, to their forehead — a token of good luck for their upcoming exams. Later, students beg for permission to decorate their hands with Henna, which Narang obliges.

For the 32 students in the enrichment course at Desert Shadows Middle School in Nogales, it’s a typical day of learning about the culture of a country halfway around the world.

Narang is one of more than a dozen teachers from India working in the Santa Cruz Valley and Nogales unified school districts, who contribute academically and culturally to students in the area.

Most often, these schools turn to agencies for hiring help in areas such as math, science and special education. There are five teachers from India who are teaching in SCVUSD and 10 at NUSD.

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What, they couldn’t find any illegal alien teachers in a school district that’s predominately Mexican illegal alien?

The newly elected Minneapolis City Council member, Abdi Warsame, has been a busy guy lately.  On Friday he presented a resolution to the city council to proclaim July 1 ‘Somali American Day’ to celebrate the African country’s independence from Italy and the UK.   (And we all know how well that worked out!).  Then he lead a protest against Kenya.

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SAN DIEGO – A Navy veteran with a perfect GPA is on the hunt for answers after he was denied a transfer to San Diego State University.

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He was denied because there isn’t enough slots.

In the mean time…

Illegal aliens do get into San Diego State University.

Steven F. Hayward is the author of Greatness: Reagan, Churchill and the Making of Extraordinary Leaders, Age of Reagan (two volumes) and other acclaimed books. Last year the University of Colorado at Boulder brought Hayward on board as Visiting Scholar in Conservative Thought and Policy, something of a breakthrough in diversity for the liberal university. But now the campus thought police have targeted the visiting scholar.

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Sgt. Jasmine Jacobs, who wears her hair in two twists, has started a White House petition to get the changes thrown out.

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Jacobs petition:


Reconsider changes to AR 670-1 to allow professional ethnic hairstyles.

More than 30% of females serving in the military are of a race other than white. As of 2011, 36% of females in the U.S. stated that they are natural, or refrain from chemically processing their hair. Females with natural hair take strides to style their natural hair in a professional manner when necessary; however, changes to AR 670-1 offer little to no options for females with natural hair. In the proposed changes, unauthorized hairstyles include twists, both flat twists as well as two strand twists; as well as dreadlocks, which are defined as “any matted or locked coils or ropes of hair.” These new changes are racially biased and the lack of regard for ethnic hair is apparent. This policy needs to be reviewed prior to publishing to allow for neat and maintained natural hairstyles.

Created: Mar 20, 2014

… and probably far more, according to estimates by David Binkle, the district’s food services director. That amounts to $18 million a year — based on a conservative estimate of 10% food waste.  Read More

And: Advocates seek to carve out official Latin American areas in L.A.

They want to emulate what Asians have done with the likes of Chinatown and Little Tokyo. Proposed communities include Peru Village, Little Venezuela and Paseo Colombia.

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And:  Victor Davis Hanson : One California for Me, Another for Thee

It may surprise some Americans to learn that almost one-quarter of the people living in Switzerland are foreigners. Even so, just over 50 percent voted last month to cap immigration, which, unchecked, could leave indigenous Swiss a minority in 50 years. Newsweek’s headline over the story was typical: “Switzerland’s Sudden Fear of Immigrants.”

Fear. Immigrants. The German publication Spiegel Online wrote also about “scaremongering.” The enlightened reader’s thought-bubble is now supposed to register the word “racism.” But was it really “fear of immigrants”–read: “racism”–that drove sufficient numbers of Swiss to the polls to check their own demographic extinction as a recognizable culture and nation-state? Or was it a nearly anachronistic instinct to survive as a recognizable culture and nation-state? Read More

From CNN:

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