My 'racial Harassment' Nightmare
MY 'RACIAL HARASSMENT' NIGHTMARE
By KEITH JOHN SAMPSON
May 9, 2008 -- IN November, I was found guilty of "racial harassment" for reading a public library book on a university campus.
The book was Todd Tucker's "Notre Dame vs. the Klan: How the Fighting Irish Defeated the Ku Klux Klan I was reading it on break from my campus job as a janitor. The same book is in the university library.
But the $106,000-a-year affirmative-action officer who declared me guilty of "racial harassment" never spoke to me or examined the book. My own union - the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees - sent an obtuse shop steward to stifle my freedom to read. He told me, "You could be fired," that reading the book was "like bringing pornography to work."
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You wait and see. Books will soon be banned and burned.
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