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Obama Wants To Add New Racial Category For Middle Eastern People

So basically Obama wants to create a new class of protected people, so that in future elections his party can figure out how to best pander to them through government programs and promises. That’s what this amounts to.

Being from ‘Middle East’ is not a race. But it will broaden lawsuits and things that can be called ‘racist’.

WASHINGTON:

The White House is putting forward a proposal to add a new racial category for people from the Middle East and North Africa under what would be the biggest realignment of federal racial definitions in decades.

If approved, the new designation could appear on census forms in 2020 and could have far-reaching implications for racial identity, anti-discrimination laws and health research.

Under current law, people from the Middle East are considered white, the legacy of century-old court rulings in which Syrian Americans argued that they should not be considered Asian — because that designation would deny them citizenship under the 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act. But scholars and community leaders say more and more people with their roots in the Middle East find themselves caught between white, black and Asian classifications that don’t fully reflect their identities.

“What it does is it helps these communities feel less invisible,” said Helen Samhan of the Arab American Institute, which has been advocating the change for more than 30 years. “It’s a good step, a positive step.” More

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