‘Brown Pride’: University of California at Los Angeles Gives $100,000 to Racist Group

The Tea party slogan “Take back our country” has often been unfairly accused of containing racist overtones suggesting that America belongs to white people, and that every other race needs to get off our collective lawn. Indeed, so contagious was this “Tea Party is racist” meme among the media that Emily Ekins, a graduate student at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) had to pen an academic study demonstrating that it wasn’t true.

Not that it apparently would have mattered to UCLA if it was, since a new report from CampusReform demonstrates that the university has actually been sponsoring a group that believes a large chunk of America belongs exclusively to their racial/ethnic group, and everyone else needs to get out. The twist is that that organization is not a pack of skinheads screaming about white power, but instead a self-described “Chicano movement” screaming about “brown power.”

Ladies and gentlemen, meet the Moviemiento Estudiantil Chicano de AZTLAN (MEChA).

Read more here.


Author: AKA John Galt

A small business owner, a tea party organizer, a son, father and husband who is not willing to sell out the future lives of his children.

One thought on “‘Brown Pride’: University of California at Los Angeles Gives $100,000 to Racist Group”

  1. How can we call these people Americans when they will not join our culture of working together as one people, being all Americans. If they want to be considered separate then they should not be citizens here. We are who we are by not seeing color or age or religious beliefs , we are all Americans and it’s time to stand togerther or leave this land and go home to your separate ways

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