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Affirmative Action and Diversity Project

The Affirmative Action and Diversity Project: A Web Page for Research.  This is a thoughtful, academically oriented site which presents many pro and con positions in the ongoing debate about racial preferences, reverse discrimination, and affirmative action.   The serious student of the subject will find many valuable information resources at this Web site.
Americans Against Discrimination And Preferences (AADAP)

Americans Against Discrimination And Preferences (AADAP) is a non-profit organization.   Here you will find daily updates on news concerning affirmative action, race, gender, and related topics.  The site is moderated by Thomas E. Wood, co-author of the historic Proposition 209.
Atlantic Legal Foundation

Atlantic Legal Foundation is a public interest legal foundation that advocates free enterprise, the rights of individuals, and limited government.  The Foundation charges no legal fees for its work.  It is a "charitable foundation" under IRS code 501(c)(3) and contributions are tax deductible.
The American Civil Rights Institute

The American Civil Rights Institute is a national civil rights organization created to educate the public about racial and gender preferences. ACRI's focus is on three areas: assisting organizations in other states with their efforts to educate the public about racial and gender preferences, assisting federal representatives with public education on the issue, and monitoring implementation and legal action on California's Proposition 209.
The American Civil Rights Coalition

The American Civil Rights Coalition is a grassroots advocacy organization focused on the elimination of racial and gender preferences. Working with activists in different states and in Washington D.C., ACRC is seeking to achieve the same success achieved in California and Washington in other states and at the federal level.
Californians Against Discrimination and Preferences (CADAP)

CADAP is the political committee that carried Proposition 209 to victory in the California Polls, and which continues to defend the constitutionality of Prop 209.  CADAP is strongly opposed to Bill Lann Lee as Clinton's chief enforcer of racial quotas, and is working overtime to make sure Congress knows how the majority of Americans feel about racial quotas and preferences.
Cato Institute

The Cato Institute promotes public policy that is based on individual liberty, limited government, free markets, and peace.  It is a non-partisan public policy research foundation, and accepts no government funding.  The Cato Institute is named for "Cato's Letters", libertarian pamphlets that helped lay the foundation for the American Revolution.
Center for Equal Opportunity (CEO)

CEO sponsors conferences, supports research, and publishes policy briefs on issues related to race, ethnicity, assimilation, and public policy.  CEO's founder, Linda Chavez, is frequently seen on TV news and talks shows debating against supporters of: reverse discrimination, lower academic standards for selected ethnic groups, and race-based policies in general.
Center for Increasing Representation (Humorous - sort of)

This site may appear humorous, but it is dead serious:  It presents the convoluted, Kafka-esque "rules" an employer must follow to get the "right person of the right color" into those slots on the org chart that already happen to be filled by a qualified, hard-working non-minority!  Based upon the results of his own reverse discrimination lawsuit, the author reports: "These methods Reviewed, Approved and Accepted by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals as a legal method of increasing minority representation."
Center for Individual Rights (CIR)

CIR is a non-profit public interest law firm dedicated to the defense of individual rights, with particular emphasis on civil rights, freedom of speech, the free exercise of religion, and sexual harassment law.  CIR helped represent the Prop 209 folks before the Supreme Court, and has an impressive record of landmark court decisions in the areas of "political correctness", sexual harassment, and race-based policies such as college admissions and employment.
Concerned American Firefighters Association - Philadelphia, PA Chapter

The Concerned American Firefighters - Philadelphia, PA Chapter, promotes fair promotional and hiring practices, free of any race based quotas for the advancement of the American Fire Fighter.  Their objectives include: Fair Hiring and Promotional Practices for ALL Firefighters & Paramedics; The Elimination of Race Based Quotas in the Fire Service; and Rank Order Hiring and Promoting.   (Updated 9-18-04).

See also Adversity.Net Case 34:  Philly Quotas at http:/Adversity.Net/philly/default.htm#01_introduction

Debating Racial Preference


Debating Racial Preference presents the arguments in favor of race-based affirmative action in higher education and employment, authoritatively stated and powerfully rebutted. The debaters include Supreme Court Justices, United States Presidents and Senators, and outstanding scholars and attorneys.
Enstrom Foundation

The Enstrom Foundation opposes race-based, government-imposed solutions such as forced busing to achieve "diversity" or "racial balance".  Since 1977 the Foundation has been instrumental in opposing forced busing.  The Enstrom Foundation is a tax-exempt 501(c)3 organization.
European-American Issues Forum

The goal of the EAIF is to minimize the effects of racial, ethnic and national origin discrimination and defamation on its members, and to likewise recognize an identical privilege in behalf of all other groups.  This site contains thought provoking arguments and data in support of including European Americans in the government's "protected-preferred" ethnic categories.
Hu's On First: Arthur Hu's Columns, Statistics, and Links

Arthur Hu is a "politically incorrect" American of Asian descent.  He writes extensively about issues of importance to the Asian community in this country, and he believes that racial preferences and quotas are NOT the answer to discrimination.  He also maintains an extensive collection of links and statistics regarding all aspects of racial discrimination and affirmative action.
Interracial Voice

Charles Michael Byrd writes prolifically on issues pertaining to interracial marriages and interracial relationships in general.  This web site presents views of "mixies", i.e., mixed-race couples of various designations.
Institute for Justice

The Institute for Justice states on their Web page:   "If you seek a courtroom champion for individual liberty, free market solutions, and limited government, look only as far as the Institute for Justice."   This web site is "the site of the public interest law firm that's in court on behalf of your rights."
Issues & Views

Issues & Views newsletter was inspired by the self-help ethos of 19th-century black activist Booker T. Washington. Focus on self-help and business enterprise. Challenges the black-liberal hegemony in academia, politics and the media. Founded in 1985 by black Americans who advocate self-help.  Forum for dissidents, conservatives, and plain old mavericks.   By Elizabeth Wright.
Michelle Malkin

Michelle Malkin is a nationally syndicated columnist for Creators Syndicate. Her twice-weekly column is published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Miami Herald, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Detroit News, Washington Times, Rocky Mountain News, Philadelphia Daily News, Houston Chronicle, and Chicago Sun-Times.  One of Ms. Malkin's favorite editorial topics is the absurdity of racial preferences and quotas.
Mountain States Legal Foundation

Mountain States Legal Foundation takes on "nationally significant public interest litigation" on behalf of "little guys" who are innocent victims of excessive government policies and regulations.  Successful cases have included "white" contractors who have been racially discriminated against by "racially preferential minority contracting policies".  (Mountain States played a significant role in the landmark "Adarand Constructors" reverse-discrimination decision.)
National Association for Neighborhood Schools (NANS)

The National Association for Neighborhood School (NANS) is a united national effort of all races and nationalities to end the racial experimentation upon our school children and to enable local, parental control of education choices.  The purpose of this organization is to bring an end to such control and its accompanying forced busing and to promote neighborhood schools which facilitate parental participation, community pride and support, safety and proper use of education dollars.

Pacific Legal Foundation

The Pacific Legal Foundation serves as a legal advocate for less government, the preservation of free enterprise, private property rights, and individual liberty.   The Foundation opposes discriminatory practices based on race, gender, or national origin, and opposes hiring and contracting quotas.  Pacific Legal Foundation is a tax-exempt, non-profit organization under IRS Code Section 501(c)(3).

ProEnglish advocates for English as the official language of the United States.  The organization urges respect for all languages, but urges U.S. citizens to vote for legislation which will make English our official language.  ProEnglish is a tax-exempt, non-profit organization under IRS Code Section 501(c)(3).
Southeastern Legal Foundation

The Southeastern Legal Foundation is a public interest law firm which advocates limited government, individual economic freedom, and the free enterprise system.  They take on cases which can make a difference in policy and legal precedent.  The Foundation represented a local company which challenged the Atlanta School District's race-based set-aside program for public contracts.
University of California Admissions Data by Race and Gender

University of California Admissions Data:  The editor of this web site posts current and past UC admissions data, including test scores, and racial and gender breakdowns of the admissions.  Author Jerry Cook became interested in quotas at UC when his son was denied admission at all five UC medical schools because he was white.  Jerry Cook documented UC's use of racially-preferential admissions policies in that situation, and continues to do so.
Washington Legal Foundation

The purpose of the Washington Legal Foundation (WLF) is to defend and promote the principles of free enterprise and individual rights.  WLF played a key role in overturning the University of Maryland's "racial scholarships".
We Won't Pay

We Won't Pay is a web site opposed to the payment of reparations for slavery.   This site contains interesting essays and editorials on this topic.

Their home page states, in part:   "You have arrived at a page that has formed in response to the growing call for
reparations paid to certain individuals as a result of the slavery era of the United States, which ended in 1865. To this issue, we have something to declare. We won't pay."

Web Sites OPPOSED to Equal Treatment:
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)

The U.S. EEOC is not about equal opportunity.  Their web site makes the amazing assertion that the collection of racial data about employees is automatically cause for suspecting the employer of discrimination unless such data is collected for the purpose of ensuring that the right numbers of certain colors/genders are hired.  WHO is the EEOC kidding?  This is supposed to be the federal agency charged with combatting employment discrimination.  We don't think so!

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*  We use the term reverse discrimination reluctantly and only because it is so widely understood.  In our opinion there really is only one kind of discrimination.