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Texas A&M SUED Over Anti-White Hiring Practices
Something something racial disparities something something.
After Texas A&M tried to cash in on diversity points by claiming a White Yell Leader was actually “the first Hispanic” Yell Leader, now they are putting their money where their mouth is by setting up racial quotas in hiring, even going as far as giving cash bonuses based on race!
But one man is suing to stop them.
Pretty racist of him, right?
The largest public university in the United States is reserving faculty positions based on race and making six-figure bonuses available exclusively to minorities, programs that are now the subject of a class action lawsuit.
As part of a new initiative to attract "faculty of color," Texas A&M University set aside $2 million in July to be spent on bonuses for "hires from underrepresented minority groups," according to a memo from the university's office of diversity. The max bonus is $100,000, and eligible minority groups are defined by the university to include "African Americans, Hispanic/Latino Americans, Native Americans, Alaskan Natives, and Native Hawaiians."
Another program, at the university’s Mays Business School, reserves certain slots on the faculty for the same minority groups, emails between Texas A&M professors show.
These explosive revelations form the basis for a class action complaint filed this weekend by the conservative nonprofit America First Legal. The plaintiff, a University of Texas at Austin finance professor named Richard Lowery, argues that the hiring programs violate three different civil rights laws: the Civil Rights Act of 1866, which prohibits race discrimination in contracting; Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which prohibits race discrimination at federally funded universities; and the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment, which bars public universities from using racial preferences in nearly all situations.
"University administrators think they can flout these federal statutes with impunity because no one ever sues them over their discriminatory faculty-hiring practices and the Department of Education looks the other way," the lawsuit reads. Lowery is asking a Texas district court to put an end to Texas A&M’s programs and appoint a court monitor to make sure that the diversity office "does not aid or abet violations of the nation’s civil-rights laws."
Slavery is something I struggle with. Every day I think about freeing my slaves, but I just can’t bring myself to do it.
That’s why we need these sorts of programs.
Texas A&M isn’t the first, nor will it be the last, to get on board with the Anti-White agenda. But they are getting on board in a big way.
By paying non-Whites more, they are putting their White professors through a woke purity test. The adequately woke White professors will kneel before the non-whites and pledge their allegiance to the cult, signaling they are dedicating their lives to ostracizing and destroying their own people.
Conversely, conservative White professors will refuse to be humiliated and will quit in protest. Once the conservatives leave, they will replace them with professors with enhanced Melanin levels.
Because everything is about skin color — you see the skin, and then you make public policy.
And why are they doing this?
I don’t know, but your mileage may vary if your school starts doing “skin-tone bonuses.”
We have officially entered The Age of Melanin.