Discrimination in Federal Hiring Now Works Against White Males

October 06, 2002

By ROBYN E. BLUMNER

ST. PETERSBURG TIMES, October 6, 2002

As a young person in Glen Cove, N.Y., I would dutifully deposit money earned babysitting into a passbook savings account at the local bank. Year after year, the same women would be behind the teller’s counter registering my deposits. But the male

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Federal court says NJ school can’t ban redneck T-shirt

October 04, 2002

Washington, D.C. – Two Washington, New Jersey high school students challenging their school’s ban on a T-shirt displaying the word “redneck” won a major free speech victory yesterday in federal appeals court. The T-shirt lists nationally recognized comedian Jeff Foxworthy’s “Top 10 Reasons You Might Be A Redneck Sports Fan.”

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Supreme Court asked for extraordinary review of nation’s leading affirmative action case

October 01, 2002

Plaintiffs in U. of Michigan lawsuit say don’t wait for lower court decision

Washington, D.C.–Applicants challenging minority admissions preferences at the University of Michigan petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court today to hear their closely watched case. The request is extraordinary, because the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit has

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