Race-based black-only organizations

Imagine the outrage if any of these organizations had a white counterpart.  If you changed "Black" to "White" in the list below, there would be no question that we were looking at a list of racist organizations.  They are organizations which presumably restrict membership to those of a specific race.  This is exactly the kind of thing that Martin Luther King opposed.

In America, we have freedom of association:  the right to meet with whomever we please.  The vast majority of blacks indicate by their actions — especially on Sunday morning — that they prefer to associate only with other black people.  The list above demonstrates this clearly.  And yet when white people do the same, it is called racism.

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Race-based black-only organizations

Some of the most obvious examples are the NAACP, the Nation of Islam, and the Black Panther Party, which are covered on other pages.  But America has a large number of organizations that appear to be strictly for blacks, including...

100 Black Men of America
Action Alliance of Black Managers
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity
Africa Reparations Movement
African American Coalition
African American Golfer's Digest
African American MBA Association
African American Museums Association
African-American Press of America
African American Women Business Owners Association
African American Women Entrepreneurs at Home
African Business Roundtable
African Heritage Studies Association
African Liberation Support Committee
African Methodist Episcopal Church
African-Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
Afrikan Black Coalition Conference
Afro American Historical & Genealogical Society
Alliance of Black Entertainment Technicians
American Association for Affirmative Action
American Association of Black Anthropologists
American Association of Black Cardiologists
American Association of Black Professionals
American Association of Black Psychologists
American Association of Black Sociologists
American Association of Black Women Entrepreneurs
American Association of Black Women Historians
American Association of Blacks in Energy
American Association of Minority Businesses
Associated Black Charities
Association of Black Admission and Financial Aid Officers of the Ivy League and Sister Schools
Association of Black American Ambassadors
Association of Black Seminarians
Association of Black Women in Higher Education
Association ot Black Foundation Executives
Association of Black Princeton Alumni
Audience Development Committee
Black Academy of Arts and Letters
Black Agency Executives
Black Alliance For Just Immigration
Black Awareness in Television
Black Boaters Summit
Black Business Association
Black Business and Professional Association
Black Business Professionals and Entrepreneurs
Black Caucus of the American Library Association
Black Creative Professionals Association
Black Culinarian Alliance
Black Data Processing Associates
Black Filmmakers Foundation
Black Googler Network
Black Guerrilla Family
Black Hammer Party
Black Hebrew Israelites
Black Information Network
Black Law Students Association
Black News Channel
Black Organizers For Leaders And Dignity
Black Press of America
Black Press USA
Black Psychiatrists of America
Black Radical Congress
Black Retail Action Group
Black United Front
Black Woman's Forum
Black Women in Publishing
Black Women's Network
Blacks in Government
Blacks in Technology
Booker T. Washington Foundation
Business Policy Review Council
Coalition Against Police Crimes & Repression
Coalition for African American Health & Wellness
Coalition of African-American Muslims
Coalition Of African American Nurses
Coalition of African-American Pastors
Coalition of Black Trade Unionists
Conference of Minority Public Administrators
Congress of African Peoples
Congress of Racial Equality
Congressional Black Caucus
Constituency for Africa
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation
Ebony Queens Motorcycle Club
The Executive Leadership Council
International Association of Black Professional Fire Fighters
The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies
Malcolm X Institute For Black Studies
Minority Business Development Agency
Minority Corporate Counsel Association
Minority Technology Entrepreneurs
National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
National Association of African Americans in Human Resources
National Alliance of Black School Educators
National Associaition of Black Catholic Administrators
National Association of African-American Owned Media
National Association of African Americans in Human Resources
National Association of Black Accountants
National Association of Black Female Executives in Music & Entertainment
National Association of Black Geologists & Geophysicists
National Association of Black Hotel Owners and Operators
National Association of Black Journalists
National Association of Black Law Enforcement Officers
National Association of Black Military Women
National Association of Black Narcotic Agents
National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters
National Association of Black Scuba Divers
National Association of Black Social Workers
National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice
National Association of Colored Women's Clubs
National Association of Minorities in Communications
National Association of Minority Contractors
National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Clubs
National Black Association for Speech-Language and Hearing
National Black Business Council
National Black Business Trade Association
National Black Catholic Congress
National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials
National Black Caucus of State Legislators
National Black Chambers of Commerce
National Black Child Development Institute
National Black Coalition of Federal Aviation Employees
National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation
National Black Contractors Association
National Black Data Processing Associates
National Black Farmers Association
National Black Home Educators
National Black Justice Coalition
National Black Lawyers
National Black MBA Association
National Black Media Coalition
National Black Nurses Association
National Black Police Association
National Black Prosecutors Association
National Black Public Relations Society of America
National Black Republican Association
National Black Women's Justice Institute
National Brotherhood of Cyclists
National Brotherhood of Skiers
National Coalition of 100 Black Women
National Coalition of African American Organizations
National Coalition on Black Civic Participation
National Conference of Black Mayors
National Conference of Black Political Scientists
National Congress of Black Women
National Council of Negro Women
National Forum for Black Public Administrator
National Institute for Women of Color
National Medical Association
National Minority Business Council
National Minority Supplier Development Council
National Minority Supplier Diversity Council
National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
National Organization of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
National Organization of Black County Officials
National Organization of Black Elected Legislative Women
National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives
National Organization of Black Women in Law Enforcement
National Organization of Minority Architects
National Society of Black Engineers
National Society of Black Physicists
The New Black Panther Party
Organization for Black Struggle
Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals
Organization of Black Airline Pilots
Organization of Black Designers
Professional Black Women's Enterprise
Professional Women of Color
Rainbow PUSH Coalition
Sistahs Talkin' Back
Students of Color Alliance
The Gentleman's Factory
Union of Black Episcopalians
United Negro College Fund
Universal African Peoples Organization
Wheels of Soul
Young African Leaders Initiative

Related news items:

In Brooklyn, two new social clubs emerge to cater to people of color: 'A club just for us, by us'.  The Gentleman's Factory[,] one of these social clubs for men of color, is approaching full capacity at 100 paid members with more than 400 other names on a waiting list.  Jeff Lindor founded The Gentleman's Factory two years ago on Flatbush Avenue, across the street from Prospect Park, when he realized there weren't enough spaces uniquely for men of color.

Magic Honky Theory.  For as long as most people reading this have been alive, the cult in charge of America has preached the need for full integration.  This has led to endless campaigns to "desegregate" the schools, housing, jobs, sports clubs, etc. [...] Domesticated conservatives put on their serious face and point out the hypocrisy and idiocy of these efforts.  The habit of blacks, for instance, of creating domains exclusively for blacks is politely ignored, while the similar habit among whites is attacked with the fury of the state and state run media.  Imagine trying get White Entertainment Television on basic cable.  Remember the horror when kids pretended to create white student unions?

Whites need not apply.  It is "critical" that the Congressional Black Caucus remain an all-black organization, one of the CBC's founders has said in a strategy memo.

The Balkanization of College Campuses:  The New York Civil Rights Commission has put out a report which surveyed 50 prominent colleges and universities, [and] …shows these schools encouraging minority students to join ethnic organizations, to live in racially separated dormitories, and to participate in race-based cultural activities.  This is done in the name of "cultural awareness," which provide "support systems."

Black journalists jeer peer:  A conservative activist says that he was booed, jeered and called "the white man's boy" by a crowd of nearly 300 black reporters and media figures for speaking against reparations at last week's annual convention of the National Association of Black Journalists.

Get whitey:  Members of the Congressional Black Caucus want you to treat black Americans with respect and racially sensitive language.  And if you don't, they will scream racial epithets at you.

Disband The Black Caucus.  Next week, the Congressional Black Caucus will hold its 41st annual conference in Washington.  It should be its last.  The race-baiting group is alarmingly corrupt and out of control.

Sadly, more of the same from the Black Caucus.  Black America suffers disproportionately today because its leaders — uniformly liberal Democrats like our president — have been peddling failed big government policies for almost half a century.  Now, in the words of Barack Obama's former pastor, "The chickens are coming home to roost."

Obama to break ground for national black museum.  With eyes on his own personal legacy, President Obama revealed today that he will help in the groundbreaking of the nation's first African-American museum.  According to the White House, he will deliver the key remarks at the ceremony for the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture to be built on the National Mall.  The ground breaking takes place February 22.

At the Brown and Black Forum, Democrats Announce Which Special Interests Matter Most.  From hosting debates on Saturday nights to doing little to publicize the events, the Democratic National Committee has done a masterful job of making sure journalists don't pay much attention to what gets discussed between the presidential candidates.  Monday's [1/11/2016] "Brown and Black Forum" was no exception as the Democratic candidates fielded racially-based questions amid all the attention given to President Obama's final State of the Union.  Even though the event was met with nowhere near the fanfare of a Republican debate, it encapsulated how far to the left the Democratic Party has drifted and what the politics of the future may look like in an America dominated by racial interests.  If you couldn't tell by the name, the Brown and Black Forum is a discussion geared entirely for minorities and has been hosted every presidential election since 1984.

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