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China Denounces
Americas Treatment of
Afro-descendants

China Denounces Americas Treatment of Afro-descendants Yeah.
Now all I need is to have the guys how watch the border crossing
between Zhuhai and Macao to stop going through my bags every
four or fifth trip I make. Both countries have some serious racial
baggage to clean up. China is in no position at all to start finger-
wagging. It's like the pot calling the kettle... err... wait for it... Black.
Uh-huh. Heh. T On May 19, 2011, at 4:36 AM, DANIEL BARKLEY
wrote: first-black President EVER notwithstanding -Overall, 41
percent of the prison population was estimated to be African-
American. -The rate of African-Americans serving a life sentence
was more than 10 times higher than that of whites. - the poverty
proportion of the black was 25.8 percent in 2009, and those of
Hispanic origin and Asian were 25.3 percent -Afro-descendants
make up 50% of the homeless in Los Angeles, California and have a
32% unemployment rate nationwide. ... the United States turned a
blind eye to its own terrible human rights situation and seldom
mentioned it. The Human Rights Record of the United States in 2010
is prepared to urge the United States to face up to its own human
rights issues "... The People’s Republic of China demands that
America stop using, their cry of Human Rights Violations against
other sovereign nations in order to declare war on them to steal their
resources when America flagrantly violates the Human Rights of Afro-
descendants and other minorities within its own country." -PRC
From: CherryApple@hotmail.com To: dthurston_1@msn.com
Subject: China Denounces Americas Treatment of Afro-descendants
Date: Wed, 18 May 2011 11:09:13 -0700 Subject: China Denounces
Americas Treatment of Afro-descendants www.
muhammadspeaksonline.net/2011/04/22/china-denounces-americas-
treatment-of-afro-descendants/ China Denounces America’s
Treatment of Afro-Descendants China Denounces America’s
Treatment of Afro-descendants (African Americans) By Editor
Raushana Karriem In a scathing report issued by China’s
Information Office of the State Council, China condemned America’s
treatment of its Afro-descendants and other minorities and cited
America’s numerous human rights violations against its minorities.
“The State Department of the United States released its Country
Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2010 on April 8, 2011. As in
previous years, the reports are full of distortions and accusations of
the human rights situation in more than 190 countries and regions
including China. However, the United States turned a blind eye to its
own terrible human rights situation and seldom mentioned it. The
Human Rights Record of the United States in 2010 is prepared to
urge the United States to face up to its own human rights issues, “
states the report. The report cites that Afro-descendants make up
50% of the homeless in Los Angeles, California and have a 32%
unemployment rate nationwide. According to a report of the Working
Group of Experts on people of African descent to the Human Rights
Council of the United Nations in August 2010, unemployment was a
very serious issue for the Afro-descendant community in the United
States, with levels of unemployment being, proportionately, four
times higher among this population than in the white community.
Reference was made to a case where the New York City Fire
Department was found to have discriminated against people of
African descent who had applied for employment as firemen. Of the
11,000 firemen employed by the New York City Fire Department,
only about 300 were of African descent, despite their being about 27
percent of the population of New York (UN document A/HRC/15/18).
Nearly one-sixth of black residents in the city were unemployed in
the third quarter of 2010. About 140,000 of the city’s 384,000
unemployed residents, or 36 percent, were black (The New York
Times, Oct 28, 2010). Poverty proportion for minorities is also high
in the United States. The US Census Bureau announced in Sept,
2010 that the poverty proportion of the black was 25.8 percent in
2009, and those of Hispanic origin and Asian were 25.3 percent and
12.5 percent respectively, much higher than that of the non-Hispanic
white at 9.4 percent. The median household income for the black,
Hispanic origin and non-Hispanic white were $32,584, $38,039 and
$54,461 respectively (The USA Today, September 17, 2010). A
survey released by the America Association of Retired Persons on
February 23, 2010 found that over the previous 12 months, a third
(33 percent) of African-Americans age 45+ had problems paying
rent or mortgage, 44 percent had problems paying for essential
items, such as food and utilities, almost one in four (23 percent) lost
their employer-sponsored health insurance, more than three in 10
(31 percent) had cut back on their medications, and a quarter (26
percent) prematurely withdrew funds from their retirement nest eggs
to pay for living expenses. Even in the tough employment
environment, 12 percent of African-Americans age 65+ returned to
the workforce from retirement, while nearly 20 percent of African-
Americans age 45 to 64 increased the number of hours worked and
12 percent took a second job (The Los Angeles Times, Feb 23,
2010). In 2009, there were more than 30,000 black children living in
poverty in the nation’s capital, almost 7,000 more than two years
before. Among black children in the city, childhood poverty shot up
to 43 percent, from 36 percent in 2008. In contrast, the poverty rate
for Hispanic children was 13 percent, and the rate for white children
was 3 percent (The Washington Post, Sept 29, 2010). The USA
Today on Oct 14, 2010 reported that African-American boys who
were suspended at double and triple the rates of their white male
peers. At the Christina School District in Delaware, 71 percent of
black male students were suspended in a recent school year,
compared to 22 percent of their white male counterparts. African-
American students without disabilities were more than three times as
likely to be expelled as their white peers. African-American students
with disabilities were over twice as likely to be expelled or suspended
as their white counterparts (USA Today, March 8, 2010). The health
care for African-American people is worrisome. Studies showed that
nearly a third of ethnic minority families in the United States did not
have health insurance. Life expectancy was lower and infant
mortality higher than average (BBC, the social and economic
position of minorities). Mortality of African-American children was two
to three times higher than that of their white counterparts. African-
American children represented 71 percent of all pediatric HIV/AIDS
cases. African-American women and men were 17 times and 7 times,
respectively, more likely to contract HIV/AIDS than white people, and
twice more likely to develop cancer. Racial discrimination is evident
in the law enforcement and judicial systems. The New York Times
reported on May 13, 2010, that in 2009, African-Americans and
Latinos were 9 times more likely to be stopped by the police to
receive stop-and-frisk searches than white people. Overall, 41
percent of the prison population was estimated to be African-
American. The rate of African-Americans serving a life sentence was
more than 10 times higher than that of whites. Males of African
descent who dropped out of school had a 66 percent chance of
ending up in jail or being processed by the criminal justice system
(UN document A/HRC/15/18). A report said 85 percent of the people
stopped in New York to receive stop-and-frisk searches over the
past six years had been black or Latino (The Washington Post,
November 4, 2010). According to a report of the Law School of the
Michigan State University, among the 159 death row inmates in
North Carolina, 86 were black, 61 were white and 12 were from other
ethnic groups. During the trial process of the 159 capital cases, the
number of black members taken out from the jury by prosecutors
more than doubled that of non-black members. According to
statistics from the Chicago Police Department, the proportion of
black people being the criminals and the victims of all murder cases
is the highest, reaching 76.3 and 77.6 percent respectively . In
conclusion, The People’s Republic of China demands that America
stop using, their cry of Human Rights Violations against other
sovereign nations in order to declare war on them to steal their
resources when America flagrantly violates the Human Rights of Afro-
descendants and other minorities within its own country. =
Is China banning blacks during the Olympics?
from the Daily Voice, Black America's Daily news source
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