TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! LOCAL LATINO RAGE: ENGLISH ONLY DISCRIMINATION CHARGE @ KCK DMV!!!
Here's a missive going around the local Latino Internets that drawing a lot of attention . . .
CLAIMS OF ILLEGAL ENGLISH ONLY DISCRIMINATION ARE CIRCULATING AGAINST THE KANSAS DMV!!!
Right now, Kansas Driver's License Requirements don't say anything about a mandate to speak English. But it seems that clerks @ local Driver's License Departments are making up the rules as they go along and risking legal action by local Latinos.
Check this big of testimony . .
TKC . . . Can You Help Fight This Discrimination?
"A man was sent by a judge to go and get his license at Kansas City drivers License Dept. On 1951 North 63rd dr. in Kansas City, Kansas. He had everything he needed but was told by the clerk that he could not get it because he had to speak English. Then he went back to the judge and he gave him 30 more days to get it.
"The judge could not understand this discrimination against this man by the clerk at the dept. This injustice has to be stop against our families. The judge wondered if he (the man in question) understood the clerk and the man (replied) "I took my son who speaks perfect English." The son asked the clerk, "why are you discriminating against my father?" She siad: "If he is in America, he has to speak english!"
"This is happening more and more to our families and it has to stop. This action is racist, unjust, and against the law federal law period!
This cannot go unchallenged. The clerk or clerks have to be fired. It makes all the workers at the drivers license Dept. Look racist by their own actions."
Admittedly, I had to really clean up this passage in order to make it halfway readable.
But, c'mon . . . A great deal of what passes for conversation among white and Black people in WyCo barely qualifies as English.
What's more important is that local Latinos are organizing against local discrimination and lowly clerks pretending to be border control agents and shaking down every brown person who dares cross their path.
Developing . . .