Google bars Whites and Asians from receiving prestigious fellowship grants; prefers "people with disabilities" and "Latinx"
A prestigious fellowship program run by Big Tech ringleader Google openly discriminates
against White and Asian people, we now know.
In order to qualify for the Google Ph.D. Fellowship, which awards promising computer scientists $100,000 to pursue a career, potential candidates must "self-identify as a woman, Black / African descent, Hispanic / Latino / Latinx, Indigenous, and / or a person with a disability," according to the tech giant's racist requirements.
Whites and Asians can still apply to the program, of course, but the vast majority of them will never get accepted. That is because Google upholds a strict cap on the number of Whites and Asians it accepts – the vast majority of fellowship awards go to non-Whites and non-Asians.
Most of the nation's most "elite" colleges and universities participate in the Google Ph.D. Fellowship program, by the way, which means Whites and Asians face an unfair disadvantage across the academic spectrum. Legally speaking, this is a violation of federal law.
Civil rights provisions bar institutions from discriminating against people on the basis of ethnicity and skin color as Google is doing. Those in violation could see their federal funding eliminated. (Related: Google is a brainwashing tool
just like Wikipedia.)
Will anyone hold American academia and Google accountable for openly discriminating against Whites and Asians?
An archived webpage
shows that Google's anti-White and anti-Asian policy for fellowship recipients has been in place since at least April 2020 when the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) was in full swing.
Civil rights lawyer Adam Mortara, the lead attorney in the case Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard
, says it is illegal for Google to enter into such contracts based on race under the Civil Rights Act of 1866. Both Google and every university that is partnered with it are committing serious crimes with this policy.
"And it is illegal for universities receiving federal funds to nominate students based on race under Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act," added Mortara, who is part of a fight to have the Supreme Court outlaw affirmative action.
The following schools are all in violation of the Civil Rights Act and should
lose their federal funding for openly discriminating against Whites and Asians – but will they
Not only are these schools in violation of federal law, but they are also in violation of their own anti-discrimination policies, which read much the same as the Civil Rights Act.
"The Google Fellowship program is a blatantly unlawful and immoral quota plan that pits students against one another by skin color and ethnic heritage," says Edward Blum, founder of Students for Fair Admissions.
"Our nation's enduring civil rights laws were passed to specifically forbid this type of racial discrimination."
Much like cancer, these anti-White, anti-Asian discrimination policies have metastasized and multiplied across an array of institutions. With Google at the helm, all of them are being corralled into showing preferential treatment towards non-Whites and non-Asians, which is against the law.
"Google is using its pocket-book to incentivize America's elite universities to violate Title VI," adds Dan Morenoff, executive director of the American Civil Rights Project (ACRP). "It's using its financial support to directly counter Congress's policy."
"The feds won't notice, won't care, or won't actually force the schools to choose between federal funding and Google's."
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