Adversity.Net will use your generous donation to pay for our ongoing operations, including
the following necessary expansion of our educational efforts and improvements to our web
- Expand of our "Horror Stories / Case
Studies" -- Continue and expand our research and publication of the true-life adverse
effects of racial quotas and preferences upon "little people" who are not on the
government's list of "preferred minorities".
- Improve and expand our on-line legal
resources, including publication of court documents, pleadings and motions.
- Improve our coverage of daily news from
around the country about reverse discrimination. Dozens of stories per week
currently go unpublished and unindexed due to our current funding shortage.
- Develop of an on-line database resource for
use by victims, their lawyers, and our public officials.
- Re-design and improve our web site,
including better indexing and search abilities, and a greatly improved public message
- Establish a speakers' bureau.
- Produce an educational video based on
interviews with victims of reverse discrimination in which they discuss the real,
documented harm which "racial preferences" have caused their businesses.
Include interviews with leaders in the "anti-preferences" movement.
Distribute the video to members of Congress, public officials, and educational
- Pay for necessary (and minimal)
administrative expenses (such as telephone, computer, fax, Internet Service Provider fees,
Web-Server fees, software purchases and licenses, liability insurance). Up until
this time these services have been donated for "free", but the "free"
services can only get us so far. (A real, live advocacy organization has very real,
live expenses and legal exposure.)
- When funding allows: Purchase a wire
service subscription (Associated Press, for example) so we can publish the complete
text of breaking news stories about reverse discrimination, including photos and
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