Let's see, here are a few nationally accepted non-white organizations/policies...
Ther Black Entertainment Network
Black History Month
The Black Chamber of Commerce
The Miss Black USA
The Rainbow Coallition
And then there's this from BlackNews.com
What Is A Black Organization?
A black organization is a institution or foundation that has the sole purpose of enhancing the lives of African American citizens. These organizations are generally supported by corporate and individual donations. Some are also supported by federal and local government grants.
Why The Need For Black Organizations?
Black organizations are needed because the African American community is often ignored by mainstream ones. In addition, Black organizations can serve specific needs that only pertain to African American families.
How Many Black Organizations Exist and How Can They Help?
Hundreds exist nationwide with local chapters in many urban cities. These organizations can help with healthcare, daycare, entrepreneurship, minority business grants, minority business loans, scholarships, internships, equal opportunity, civil rights, and more.
So Let's ask these questions?
What Is A White Organization? Answer - there aren't any natioanlly accepted white organizations that come to mind. Know any?.
Why The Need For White Organizations? Answer - to help prevent any discrimination against white people solely because of the color of their skin.
How Many White Organizations Exist and How Can They Help? Answer - again, none that I know of that are nationally accepted. And to be truthful, in a fair and equal America, none are needed. But then again, none are needed for other ethnicities either. Let's just get back to recognizing people based upon merit, character, realized potential, honor, and work ethic - you know, one nation for all. The longer we allow the national leadership to divide us based upon our color, or religion, or race, or by any other means, the longer it will take to reclaim and restore our country. The government has passed laws to prevent discrimination based on race, ethnicity, color, sex, religion, and handicap, and yet they espouse the contradiction of those laws nearly daily.
So yeah, there is racism in America. It's fostered, and in many cases perpetuated, by the very people who are supposed to be bringing the nation togehter - our Senators and Congressmen and our black leaders. And they have spewed forth so many years of propaganda that too many Americans believe the lie.
We need another Martin Luther King!! Will anyone stand up and lead?
If You Aren't Outraged, You Aren't Paying Attention!