Calling People of Eastern Europe “White” is Racist Discrimination.
RACE INEQUALITY IN AMERICA:
Slavs are behind.
Slavs must be recognized as ethnic minority.
S L A V E S
Slavs were slaves traded in Africa and Asia. The English word ‘slave’ comes from the name of our people - Slav.
We see very strong resistance coming from both, people of color and the White to the idea of ethnic minority status for the People of Eastern Europe.
They are stuck in the racist lie and do not want to acknowledge racial terrorism, racial subordination and racial inequality in the United States as it pertains to us, immigrants from Eastern Europe and the people of Eastern European descent.
We need a real commitment from
all human rights activists
ethnic minority status, affirmative action program, reparations
to truth and reconciliation for people of Eastern European descent.
Below you have google translation of “I am a Slav”.
It translated into Polish “Jestem niewolnikiem”, which means - I am a slave.
We, Slavs, are not White or Caucasian.
We are a separate race that must be recognized legally as an ethnic minority and receive affirmative action program in the USA.
This is not a question of “if” - it is a question of “when” and the sooner the better for all involved.
Once, we, Slavs, receive our status, race relations will improve in America.
Once we obtain ethnic minority status, we will be able to study our progress in this country:
How are we doing on the educational front?
How many Eastern Europeans are admitted to the Ivy League colleges?
Do we get financial aid and scholarships?
How many of us are doctors, lawyers, accountants, engineers and other professionals?
How many of us are employed at the executive level? How many in the academia? How many in the media?
What is our access to technology?
What is our access to adequate housing?
Who are we? We need a Slavic Knowledge Program to teach people of Slavic descent about their roots.
What about health coverage?
How can we achieve the highest level of health if we have no data on our health conditions?
How can we examine the difficulties Slavic children and families face in accessing affordable, nutritious food if we are lumped together with other groups of European background?
What is our incarceration rate?
Latinos have programs promoting criminal justice reform that decreases the “disproportionate” number of Latinos in the system.
How can we design such a program if we do not know our incarceration rate?
Are we adequately represented on the political scene?
How many senators are Slavs?
How about the next president of the USA to be a Slav?