Ladies, Are You Your "Brother’s Keeper?" The White House Says So

Brother's KeeperAre you female? Or  white male? Congratulations, you have been awarded a special status that will pay for another government initiative- which you have no right to participate in yourself.

President Obama will be hosting an event Thursday, February 13th, announcing his new initiative “My Brother’s Keeper,” taking action in “partnership with foundations, businesses, and others to make sure that every young man of color who is willing to work hard and lift himself up has an opportunity to get ahead and reach his full potential.”

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The White House Office of The Press Secretary said that this initiative is the continued effort “to make good on the President’s pledge to use his pen and phone to make 2014 a year of action.”

In other words; yet another program designed by the Obama Administration in the name of fairness and equality.
Clearly, you being a lady- or pale- just ain’t fair to those who aren’t.  Just count all the opportunities you have, and others don’t, because of your copious estrogen level, or lack of pigment.
I just wonder how far an initiative like this would go if the intended recipients were only those “not of color?”

Now, I have no problem supporting hard work. And ironically hard workers are the last to need special government hand-outs.
However, as a female, pasty-white immigrant, I’d like to point out that there is no such a thing as reverse discrimination. It’s just plain and simple- discrimination- no matter which skin shade and gender that has been singled out.

So who is my brother’s keeper? Female white Americans?


Watch President Obama unveil “My Brother’s Keeper” Initiative February 13, 11:45 AM EST via LiveStream (since you are likely not on the list of those welcome to attend the event in person).


Karin Piper

Colorado PolitiChick Karin Piper is an award winning author and transparency expert specializing in education and union transparency. She provides policy tools necessary for parents, union memberis, teachers and decision makers to become informed consumers in the educational marketplace. She also serves as executive director of, an organization she helped found, and works with various other non-partisan likeminded organizations. Karin was a finalist for OGI's 2012 Burke-Carr Public Interest Awards and nominated as candidate for Charter School Friend of the Year in 2009. Her knowledge of state and federal open records laws and tireless advocacy for open union negotiations has been featured by major media outlets across the nation. Her debut book, CHARTER SCHOOLS: The Ultimate Handbook for Parents, was awarded a 2009 finalist in best books for parenting and education, by USA Book News and appeared in bookstores around the world. Born and raised in Sweden, she lives in Douglas County, Colorado, the epicenter of education reform. Karin is a frequently sought as a parental voice and expert opinion in response to much of today's political edu-rhetoric and legislation proposals. She has been interviewed by many news outlets, including CBS, NBC, KNUS, EdNews, Denver Post, Los Angeles Times, and many others.

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