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Monday, November 15, 2004 

Article in USATODAY

Walking into work , I couldn't help but notice USA TODAY's front page story on domestic terrorism. Wondering if labor-unionists and supporters of Catholic Charities had been added to the justice department's list of domestic insurgents, I looked it up online.

Pretty intersting stuff, especially the part about "black and brown nationalists who envision a separate state for blacks and Latinos." Naturally there was no mention of any on-going prosecution against these "terrorists," any past convictions, or even a single incident of Black and Brown "terror." Actually, there was no mention of these groups beyond the 13-word snippet in the articles introduction. But then again, when a generalized fear of Black and Brown people is what you're going for, details are less than important.

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