NAACP Julian Bond’s Rant About “Racist” and “Taliban” Tea Party Movement Criticized as “Sheer Racial Rhetoric” and “Errant Nonsense”

NYCRC | May 21st, 2013 | Posted in blogroll

May 21, 2013 We contest and debunk as “sheer racial rhetoric” and “errant nonsense” the assertion of NAACP Chairman Emeritus Julian Bond that because he regards the Tea Party Movement as “racist” and “the Taliban wing of American politics” Tea Party af...>>Readmore

MSNBC HAS “A ‘RACE’ PROBLEM,” NETWORK EXECS TOLD

NYCRC | April 2nd, 2013 | Posted in blogroll, Latest News

When we wrote to the brass at NBC/MSNBC, including to the Chairman of Comcast, the corporate owner of NBC, we got a prompt reply from the executive producer of the Morning Joe show, on which two compensated MSNBC pundits had accused critics of Mayor Bloomberg of harboring anti-Semitic feelings. The ...>>Readmore

OUR OPEN LETTER TO THE BRASS AT MSNBC TV REGARDING RACE-BAITING OF THE NETWORK’S COMPENSATED-PUNDITS

NYCRC | March 26th, 2013 | Posted in blogroll

March 26, 2013… In an open letter to MSNBC TV executives, including to the network’s owner’s Chairman, we have complained of race-baiting antics of its compensated-pundits. NYCRC Executive Director Michael Meyers addressed his letter, dated and e-mailed March 25, to Comcast Corpo...>>Readmore

Feds Aid Separate Treatment of Blacks on Urban Campuses

NYCRC | March 19th, 2013 | Posted in blogroll

  March 19, 2013 New York, New York. The Office for Civil Rights of the U.S. Education Department–even before sharing its decision with the complainant–rushed out its clearance of what its exiting Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights deemed “supportive programs” for Af...>>Readmore

STACEY DASH’S RACE-CRAZED CRITICS “AREN’T CAPABLE OF SHAME”

admin | October 10th, 2012 | Posted in blogroll

The executive director of the New York Civil Rights Coalition, Michael Meyers. an African American himself, denounces the racially-charged tweets from “race-crazed” haters that are being directed at African American actress Stacey Dash after Ms. Dash tweeted her endorsement of Mitt Romn...>>Readmore

Letter To The Editor: White House Speech and Bullying.

admin | October 2nd, 2012 | Posted in blogroll

The following Letter to the editor by Michael Meyers appeared in the Wall Street Journal, you can read the letter online on the Wall Street Journal’s Website. To the Editor: Preeminent First Amendment lawyer Floyd Abrams’s (Letters, Sept. 27) defense of President Obama’s free s...>>Readmore

MEYERS’ OPEN LETTER TO U.S. EDUCATION SECRETARY: FEDERAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT IS NOT DOING ITS JOB AS CIVIL RIGHTS ENFORCER

admin | August 20th, 2012 | Posted in blogroll

August 16, 2012 Dear Secretary Duncan: We took seriously your March 2010 statement that the United States Department of Education under your leadership was “going to reinvigorate civil rights enforcement.” But, as my enclosed Huffington Post column points out, your department’s Office for Civ...>>Readmore

Barack Obama, Black Separatist?

admin | August 13th, 2012 | Posted in blogroll

Obama’s Executive Order Puts Blacks In the Corner At the U.S. Department of Education This article was originally published by the Huffington Post on August 7, 2012. By MICHAEL MEYERS. Two months after the nation observed the 58th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education ruling that fou...>>Readmore

NAACP and Same Sex Marriage: Mission Creep.

admin | June 12th, 2012 | Posted in blogroll

By MICHAEL MEYERS. This article originally appeared in the New York Daily News. In the same week as the 58th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Brown vs. Board of Education decision that outlawed segregation in public schools — the NAACP’s greatest victory — the NAACP announced its groundbr...>>Readmore

Michael Meyers on Fox’s Hannity: “We Long Ago Banned ‘Colored Sections’ of Buses and Public Accommodations; Ditto When It Comes to Segregating Children By Race In a Public School”

admin | May 21st, 2012 | Posted in blogroll

(NOTE: This video is of Michael Meyers’ appearance on a Hannity Show on the Fox News Channel; he debated Project 21′s Deneen Borelli as to whether a public high school in Lancaster, PA may separate black boys into “special” homerooms, and assign to the homerooms black male t...>>Readmore