I have seen the enemy and he is us. Is it any wonder that the 'new' DHS considers veterans, Jews, Christians and patriotic tea partiers the real terrorists?
Check out the map and the list of notorious attendees. DHS should be monitoring this event rather than sitting at the head table. Sick. Ellison, MPAC, Dingle, J street — all the usual suspects. They are going to club us to death inverting the Constitution.
Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) is proud to announce that Deputy
Secretary for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Jane Holl Lute will deliver the keynote remarks during this year’s Civil Rights Awards
Lunch headlining an outstanding program of awards and speakers at one
of the anchor events during the ADC Annual National Convention.
The Deputy Secretary, the second-ranking official at DHS after
Secretary Napolitano, has over 30 years of dedicated military and
executive experience and has served as Assistant Secretary General to
the United Nations responsible for the support of international
peacekeeping operations. ADC is pleased to welcome Deputy Secretary
Lute to discuss the ongoing challenges facing law enforcement and the
post-9/11 communities and the struggle to maintain and promote civil
rights and security simultaneously.
Also confirmed to deliver special remarks at the Saturday June 13
lunch is Chair of the House Judiciary Committee Congressman John
The honorees at this year’s Civil Rights Awards Lunch include Yale Law School’s Lowenstein Human Rights Clinic and National Litigation Project.
Spearheaded by Professors Michael Wishnie, Hope Metcalf, Ramzi Kassem,
Tina Monshipour Foster, and an outstanding team of Yale law students,
the clinic continues to play a central and instrumental role in
exposing targeted round-ups of Muslim immigrants during Operation
Frontline in 2004 and 2005. Through the work of the clinic, a Freedom
of Information Act lawsuit resulted in the release of key documentation
on Operation Frontline which, when analyzed, demonstrated systematic
discrimination in immigration raids targeting Muslim immigrants.
Also, ADC is proud to present this year’s Excellence in Advocacy Award to the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC)
for their outstanding work toward substantively and constructively
addressing challenges facing the Arab and Muslim community post-9/11.
The Award will be accepted by MPAC Executive Director Salam Al-Marayati
who has successfully spearheaded MPAC’s excellent advocacy efforts on
Other confirmed speakers during this year’s ADC Annual National
Convention include Surprise Special Guest ***, Congressman Keith
Ellison, Congressman John Dingle, Congressman Brian Baird,
Congresswoman Donna Edwards, Archbishop Cappucci of Jerusalem, Dean of
the White House Press Corps Helen Thomas, Professor John Mearsheimer, J
Street Executive Director Jeremy Ben-Ami, Palestinian Member of the
Kenesset Said Naffaa, Professor Saad Eddine Ibrahim, ACLU National
Board Member Preetmohan Singh, FBI Assistant Director John Miller, and
AFL-CIO Middle East and North Africa Director Heba El-Shazli.
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