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What we mean by the term 'Black'
If you are of African, African Caribbean, Asian, Chinese or Vietnamese origin then, under our Projects definition, you are a black person.
Kerry McCarthy MP
326a Church Road
15th December 2008
I notice with interest your support for the publicly funded Bristol Black Carers Project Ltd. I wasn’t there this year to hear you address their AGM. I wasn’t at the previous three that you have spoken at either, so I thought I’d write to you instead.
I had a quick look at the charity commission and see that they currently have over £100,000 of funds. Wow! Get in!
I would like to ask your help in setting up a Bristol White Carers Project Ltd for the sole use of white people. I would like to join the Black Carers Project, but I am not allowed to because of my colour. I also have a Hispanic friend who is not allowed to join either because he is not “African, African Caribbean, Asian, Chinese or Vietnamese” either as it states we must be on their website at http://www.blackcarersproject.co.uk/whocanuse.htm
I would like to book an appointment with you at your above listed surgery anythime in the next two weeks to discuss this matter.
I am sure you can help me overcome this obstacle to create a fairer, equal and just society in Bristol.
Love and kisses
UPDATE: She's taken the bait
hat tip to Martin J
UPDATE 2: Leg Iron has picked up on it