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Monday, July 20, 2009

A Richer LIfe

What is this nonsense?

From the website:
A Richer Life is a public awareness campaign developed by the National Fair Housing Alliance, dedicated to the creation and sustenance of diverse communities throughout the nation.

Living in integrated communities means having neighbors from all walks of life, from different ethnic backgrounds and of various beliefs, providing the opportunity for deeper and more varied experiences that will prepare us and our children for the mix of people that makes up this great country and for the interactions of the global economy. We believe it is the right of us all to live in healthy, diverse communities and that we all deserve to benefit from the richer life they bring.

State Farm is the major underwriter of the A Richer Life campaign and activities commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Fair Housing Act.
A list of sponsors includes Fannie Mae, State Farm Bank, Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, Ocwen Financial Corporation, PMI Mortgage Insurance Company, Freddie Mac, Saxon Mortgage Services, Inc., MetLife Auto & Home, Wachovia Corporation, and H&R Block.

In case you had any doubt about the slant of this group here is a list of upcoming events:

National Fair Housing Alliance 19th Annual Conference

" Fair Housing in the 21st Century: Realizing a More Perfect Union"

June 6-9, 2009, Washington, DC

National CAPACD 10th Annual Conference

June 3-5, 2009, Washington, DC

Poverty & Race Research Action Center (PRRAC) Annual Conference

June 9-10, 2009, Washington, DC

NAACP Centennial Convention

July 11-16, 2009, New York, NY

National Council of La Rasa (NCLR) Annual Conference

July 25-28, 2009, Chicago, IL

2009 National Urban League Conference

July 29 - August 1, 2009, Chicago, IL

This is the same kind of diversity that Judge Sotamayor supports.


Jeannetta said...

I'm sure glad I don't do business with any of them.
Why is someone else's vision of their own life forced upon others?
Why do *I* have to subscribe to *their* idea of what makes up a good life???

Paladin said...

"We believe it is the right of us all to live in healthy, diverse communities"


"and that we all deserve to benefit from the richer life they bring."


There... I feel much better now.

The Other Mike S. said...

I want to claim my right to live in the diverse community of Beverly Hills. Since I'm a white guy, put me in one of the neighborhoods with the zillionaire black rappers or hoop stars.

I own hearing protection, so it's all good.



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