The Atlanta-Journal Constitution Provides The Best 2010 Census Coverage of Any Mainstream Publication
Yesterday I wrote that in general, the mainstream media has failed to report about 2010 Census issues. But the Atlanta Journal-Constitution is an exception to this rule. The newspaper has consistently created insightful stories related to the decennial, and I commend them for their reporting. Here is one example:
Declare ‘Confederate Southern American’ on Census forms, group says
The Southern Legal Resource Center is calling on self-proclaimed “Confederates” to declare their heritage when they are counted in the 2010 Census.
The organization is urging Southerners to declare their “heritage and culture” by classifying themselves as “Confederate Southern Americans” on the line on the form, question No. 9, that asks for race. Check “other” and write “Confed Southern Am” on the line beside it, the group says on its Facebook page and on two YouTube videos.
“A significant number of Southerners identifying themselves as Confederate Southern Americans on the Census form could finally spell the beginning of the end for the discrimination that has been running rampant, especially for the last 20 years or so, against all things Confederate, and for that matter against Southern heritage and identity in general,” SLRC executive director Roger McCredie said in a written statement.
FYI: Stephen Robert Morse is a trained scholar of American history and MyTwoCensus.com condemns the above movement as a racist attempt to revise history and re-write the past. However, we still support in the right to freedom of expression and speech by all individuals.