Statements about Diversity
"Did you know that in 2013 over 50 percent of all babies born in Oregon were Hispanic?"
Says "by 4th grade, 86 percent of African-American boys and 82 percent (of) Hispanic boys are reading below proficiency levels."
"Fewer black and Latino men participate in the labor force, compared to young white men."
To comply with non-discrimination laws, the government is "forcing people in business to make wedding cakes" for anyone.
"The most popular name is no longer John or Steven. It's Jose, Camilo and Maria."
"Nearly 20% of our residents" are born abroad.
I am "the first Latina to run for governor of Texas."
"This is the year Florida becomes a majority minority state."
Florida’s "high school graduation rates continue to increase at the fastest rate in the nation, with Florida leading the nation in the rate of Hispanic graduates."
"More than 72 percent of children in the African-American community are born out of wedlock."
"Homicides against blacks have tripled" since Florida’s "stand your ground" law has been in existence.
Ché Guevara "wrote extensively about the superiority of white Europeans over people of African descent."
Wisconsin education agency "urged white students to wear white wristbands ‘as a reminder about your (white) privilege.’ "
Assertions that it makes no difference whether children are raised by heterosexual or homosexual parents have been "shattered by the latest and best social science and research."
Says 2012 was the "first year in American history that more minorities are being born than people in the majority."
"Religious groups like Knights of Columbus have been forced to allow same-sex marriage ceremonies in their facilities, against their beliefs."
Says she is "entering in the most diverse class ever," of U.S. Representatives
"Secular Americans are the fastest-growing religious identification demographic in this country."
"Portland Schools spend $500K to deem PB&J sandwiches racist."
Initial efforts to strip airport contractors of their special diversity status "has no effect" on the contracts or the city’s diversity goals.
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