\priv\95\08\storrace.txt - stores record race on checks
\doc\95\03\empldisc.txt - Study finds anti-black hiring discrimination
whites got jobs over equally qualified blacks 3:1
"Employers Prefer Whites, Study Says" (Los Angeles Times) San
Francisco Chronicle May 15, 1991 p. 1
"Hiring bias still around, study finds", San Francisco Examiner May
15, 1991 p. 1 William M. Welch
GEEZERS SEEN MORE NEGATIVELY THAN BLACK AMERICANS
Even elders reflect broad bias against the old, study finds
By Carey Goldberg, Boston Globe Staff, 10/28/2002
More than 80 percent associated old faces with negative words such as
''failure'' or ''agony,'' while similar bias against African-Americans
showed up in only about 70 percent of white and Asian test-takers.
[old people were just the same]
FOREIGN ASIAN MEN DOCKED 23-25%, US BORN 13-20% FOR BEING ASIAN VS WHITE
Institute for Asian American Studies (U Mass Boston) Fall 2002
Marlene Kim U Mass Boston presented study that found that compensating
for all other factors, Asian men are underpaid 23-25% due to their race, despite
higher education. They should be making more, not less than foreign born white men. U.S.
born men are underpaid 13-20% due to race.
Scientists of Asian descent not taking jobs at U.S. labs Seattle
Times July 16, 2000 p. A4 James Glanz New York Times. Applications in
first half of 2000 to Los Alamos down to 3 from average of 28 in
1998/99. Accepting down from 18 in '98 to 9 in '99 and 3 in 2000
See black discrimination
\priv\95\01\solectrn.txt - judge found company guilty of discrimintion
against blacks in company with whites and asians.
STUDY CLAIMS BLACK "SOUNDING" NAMES GET FEWER RESUME CALLBACKS
There's a copy of the paper (not necessarily the final version) at
Here's Table 2. Almost as interesting as the difference between black and white
names is the difference within categories, especially Black Female. The
differences within the other categories are not statistically significant (notice
the smaller sample sizes for Black Male).
Mean Call-Back Rates By First Name
Emily 8.3% 19/228
Kristen 13.6 29/214
Aisha 2.2% 4/180
Ebony 10.5 22/209
Neil 6.6% 5/76
Brad 15.9 10/63
Rasheed 3.0% 2/67
Jermaine 11.3 6/53
BLACKS KEEP NON-BLACKS DOWN AT MARTIN LUTHER KING HOSPITAL
Z39\clip\2000\02\king.txt Los Angeles New Times 2-3-2000 A Big Win for
Dr. Bala A state appeals court rules in favor of a Sri Lankan E.R.
doctor who claimed he was denied a job because he isn't black. By
Michael Gougis Accusations of racism against nonblacks are not
unheard of at King/Drew, the 261-bed hospital and university built in
response to findings that poor medical services were in part to blame
for the rage that fueled the 1965 Watts riots. In 1987, the federal
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission concluded that Latinos were
being shafted in recruitment, hiring, and promotions
See college discrimination
Denny's Catches Phony Discrimination Claim on Video
Monday, Aug. 28, 2000
Gotcha on videotape!
Stage was able to come up with a videotape from a camera installed over
the restaurant's cash register.
> > The plaintiffs, who are black, alleged in a lawsuit filed on Nov. 16 in
> > U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida that, after
> > being seated in the restaurant on the morning of Oct. 27, they were
> > ignored for nearly an hour while white customers were seated and served. . . .
UNEQUAL PAY FOR EQUAL WORK IN NFL FAVORING BLACKS?
Wash Post Outlook April 2, 2000
"Economists Mark Gius and Donn Johnson of Quinnipiac College in
Connecticut found that white players in the National Football League in
the mid-1990s earned about 10 percent less than their black teammates,
after adjusting for the positions they played, years in the league, games
started and how high they were chosen in the annual draft of college
players." This may be due to the players being worth more (what???)
z47\clip\2000\12\eddisc.txt Black Education Workers Get $4M by
ANJETTA McQUEEN AP Education Writer WASHINGTON (AP) -- Black
employees denied promotions in the [Clinton] Education Department won
$4 million from the government to settle a 9-year-old federal
discrimination case, the workers' lawyers said Monday.
\PRIV\95\08\HISPDRIV.TXT DRIVING HISPANICS OUT OF CHICAGO HOUSING
AP 7 Jul 95 15:24 EDT
Most Citizens would follow their own beliefs as jurors. Seattle
Post Intelligencer Oct 24, 1998 p. A3 Decision Quest national
trial consulting firm poll says 3/4 potentional jurors say they
would follow their beliefs regardless of instructions from a
17% said they could not be fair or impartial towards a gay or
5% could not be fair towards a racial minority black, Hispanic or
@@Ku Klux Klan
Notorious guys in white sheets
"Women of the Klan – Racism and Gender in the 1920's"
by Kathleen M. Blee
University of California Press, 1992
ISBN 0-520-07876-4 (ppb.)
Links KKK to modern feminism movement
file: \clip\99\01\lawyer.txt Race Ends Up Intruding Into One Lawyer's
Career By PAUL M. BARRETT Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
January 5, 1999 "I may have made a big mistake," Lawrence Mungin
admitted to his sister, Deborah, in the summer of 1993. Just when he
should have been attaining the status and rewards he had strived for
over so many years, his career as a lawyer was deteriorating.
ASIANS NEARLY OR MORE LIKELY THAN BLACKS TO FEEL HARMED BECAUSE
6/2001 ARMED FORCES
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY SURVEY
Jacquelyn Scarville, Scott B. Button, Jack E. Edwards,
Anita R. Lancaster, and Timothy W. Elig
Defense Manpower Data Center
Survey & Program Evaluation Division
1600 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 400, Arlington, VA 22209-2593
Threatened or Harmed by other DOD personell over race:
Asians MOST likely to be threatened or harmed!
Evaluated worse because of race
Asians even with Hispanics on evalutions.
"UMass Poll Offers Insights on Asian Americans" UMass Poll of 300
nonwhite residents, 114 Asian residents of Massachusetts spring 1998.
U Massachusetts Boston Institute for Asian American Studies,
Institute News Summer 1998 p. 1
discrimination last 3 months asian 25 black 33 hisp 31
if disc, "very often" A57 B60 H52
z42\clip\2000\06\uwhite.txt University Fosters 'Hostile Environment'
Toward White Men By Lawrence Morahan CNS Staff Writer 31 May, 2000 In
a state that has 3 percent minorities, 15 to 18 percent of the
medical and dental schools at Iowa State university are made up of
minority students, Ann Rhodes, vice president of university
relations, who said, "I figured it was going to be a white guy
between 25 and 55 because they're the root of most evil."