From American Third Position
Posted: 30 Oct 2010 11:46 AM PDT
Anti-white discrimination in the job market has reached a new high with no less than 87 major American companies, 15 important government agencies, and 42 institutes of higher education preferring to advertise their vacancies on a “blacks only” job website.
The companies, government departments, schools, colleges, and universities seem unconcerned that their decision to advertise on the BlackJobs.com website, which bills itself as the “largest African American jobs and career network,” means that white people are directly excluded from seeing or applying for these jobs.
The BlackJobs.com website makes its racial purpose crystal clear in its “about us” section where it states that it is “an online career center for African Americans looking for jobs, and employers and recruiters looking to hire diverse talent. Although open to the public, the positions are specifically being marketed for minority candidates to fill.”
The Columbus, Ohio-based BlackJobs.com was even recently featured on CNN as a “great tool and resource for African Americans looking to be employed.”
The CNN report gushed that the site “allows jobseekers to easily find well-paying jobs from reputable companies and organizations, and also features paid and non-paid internship opportunities for students. At no cost, users can immediately create a profile, upload their resume, and start searching for jobs.”
The site was developed by the Connect Platform, which in turn was founded by William Moss of Moss Interactive, better known as the black activist behind HBCU Connect, which claims to be the “largest online social network for black college students and alumni.”
Partners of the Connect Platform include Dante Lee of Diversity City Media, which is also based in Columbus, Ohio. Lee is best known as the founder of BlackNews.com and BlackStudents.com, as well as PR tools such as BlackPR.com, BlackExperts.com, and BlackSpeakers.com, just in case anybody was in any doubt about the racial agenda.
While it is the good right of privately-owned companies to choose who they want to hire, the situation is less clear when it comes to government agencies and institutions of higher learning, many of which depend on taxpayer funds to keep operating.
Is it legal for the Central Intelligence Agency, for example, to advertise positions on a BlackJobs.com website only? More importantly, would they advertise on a WhiteJobs.com website?
Would Kellogs be prepared to advertise on a WhiteJobs.com website? Time Warner? Deloitte & Touche? Anheuser Busch? Fedex? AT&T? The Internal Revenue Service? The U.S. Department of State? Princeton University? The University of Kentucky? Sweetwater Union High School District?
The American Third Position hereby announces that it is looking at setting up a whitejobs.com website.
After that, the list of advertisers on the BlackJobs.com website will be approached and asked, in the interests of fairness, to advertise their positions on the new website as well. Their reactions will be publicized in due course.
The full list of private companies which advertise on BlackJobs.com is as follows:
Time Warner; Novartis; Deloitte & Touche USA LLP; Kelloggs; State Farm; energy company Marathon; MarketAxess; Booz Allen Hamilton; Robert W. Baird & Co.; Public Affairs Group; Edelman; Bonneville Power Administration; Health Alliance; Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Rhode Island; Weyerhaeuser Company; Vanguard Group; Hewlett-Packard; WR Grace and Co.; Duke Realty Corporation; Allegis Group; Casey Family Programs; Cargill; Arrow Electronics; Nationwide Mutual Insurance; Rockwell Collins; Anheuser Busch; Nestle Purina; Edward Jones; Caremark Rx, Inc; Verizon Wireless; Lowes; Tenet Health; T-Mobile; Best Buy, Inc; Office Max; LexisNexis; Jefferson Wells; Cardinal Health; BAE Systems; A.G. Edwards; United Rentals; General Growth Properties; Shell; Federal Express; Starwood Hotels and Resorts; AT&T; Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center; Jack In The Box; PBS; BNSF Railway; PricewaterhouseCoopers; Nike; Sodexho; FM Global; Lilly and Company; PSEG; Allstate; Merrill Lynch; AIG; Qualcomm; Key Bank; Monsanto; The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation; Interpublic Group; Sirius Radio; Coca Cola company; Ameriprise Financial; Chevron Corporation; Save-A-Lot; Continuum Health Partners; Mastercard; Ryder System, Inc.; TriHealth; Lee Moss Media; ADP; Pfizer; Denny’s; McGraw Hill; Philip Morris-First Advantage Ad Agency; Eckerd Youth Alternatives; General Dynamics; Raytheon; Bipartisan Policy Center; NextEra Energy, Inc.; Duff & Phelps; and the National Development Council.
The full list of government departments advertising on BlackJobs.com is as follows:
The United States Secret Service, Internal Revenue Service, United States Air Force, Tobyhanna Army Depot, Farm Credit Administration, City Year, HBCU CONNECT Employment Program, U.S. Department of State, The Defense Intelligence Agency, Newport News Police Department, Custom Border Patrol, U.S. Coast Guard, Central Intelligence Agency, City of NY Parks & Recreation, and the Peace Corps.
The full list of educational institutions advertising on blackjobs.com is as follows:
Elgin Community College, Marygrove College, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Ithaca College, Lewis University, Western Illinois University, University Hospital/State University of New York (SUNY) Upstate Medical University, Marist College, St. Lawrence University, Madison Metropolitan School District, Worcester State College, Springfield Technical Community College, Penn State University, Nelson County Public Schools, Central State University, Springfield Technical Community College, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rantoul Township High School District 193, Princeton University, Medical University of South Carolina, Milton Hershey Schools, Sweetwater Union High School District, Coro New York Leadership Center, Asheville City Schools, Michigan State University, Frederick Community College, Oakton Community College, Austin Peay State University, Auburn University, Savannah College of Art and Design, University of Kentucky, College of Lake County, St. Francis College, Boston College, Community College of Allegheny County, Community College of Philadelphia, Teach Memphis, Hunter College, UNC Asheville, Polk State College, and Assumption College.