You are requested to copy, mail anonymously,
and share this resource at will with your community.
Use it wherever you are ethnically insulted by a business’ hiring practices.
Keep stamped envelopes in your car or home for mailing, or put this in suggestion boxes, or email them, unsigned.
My family has been ethnically insulted by your admissions and hiring practices, which have placed persons not reflecting our ethnic and cultural background in front of them. It is the right of a free people to associate only with those with whom they wish to associate, and I am asserting that right.
My friends, my family, and I only respect schools who respect us and our family members by admitting students and faculty and staff members who look and act like our relatives and reflect our values and lifestyle, not those you have chosen to introduce us with such an insult to our personal wants and sensitivities.
It is shameful for you to do this under the guise of federal and state regulations, and, if you are not aware of it, this is a direct slap at us as a people and at most Americans who oppose these laws as unfair and not in the interests of our people.
We hope to aid in commencing an effective opposition to your enrollment efforts and community support needs so that you will pay in lost taxes for what you are doing here.
This type of thing requires adult consent to work, and we do not consent to it.
Let it be known, our boycott will grow and will put you into a bad economic situation. In addition, we shall seek only to deal with schools who will respect us in their student admissions and hiring of employees who look and act like us, because they have respect for us as families. If we have to move a long distance away not to be with you, we are prepared to do that, and, at the same time, to come back and work against you.
P.S.: What you have done requires consenting adults, and we do not consent. You will never know who we are, except that we won’t be there to buy anything you have to offer us and this will negatively effect your ability to survive as a community asset.