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January 10, 1994 | JONATHAN PETERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Brown-skinned Hawaiians grumble about white-skinned bosses. Filipino laborers lament Japanese bureaucrats. And a popular Portuguese comedian pokes fun at them all--to nightclub patrons from all over the world. "We have Caucasians filing race-discrimination cases, and we have Hawaiians filing race-discrimination cases," said Linda C. Tseu, executive director of the Hawaii Civil Rights Commission. "It's across the board."
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January 10, 1994 | JONATHAN PETERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Brown-skinned Hawaiians grumble about white-skinned bosses. Filipino laborers lament Japanese bureaucrats. And a popular Portuguese comedian pokes fun at them all--to nightclub patrons from all over the world. "We have Caucasians filing race-discrimination cases, and we have Hawaiians filing race-discrimination cases," said Linda C. Tseu, executive director of the Hawaii Civil Rights Commission. "It's across the board."
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November 28, 1990 | SUSAN ESSOYAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
"Haole go home." That's Hawaii's version of "Yankee go home." And Haunani-Kay Trask, a professor at the University of Hawaii, thinks it's a reasonable idea. In a recent article in the school newspaper, she urged a student who had publicly lamented "Caucasian-bashing" in Hawaii to move back to his home state of Louisiana. "Hawaiians would certainly benefit from one less haole (white) in our land," wrote Trask, who is part Hawaiian.
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January 16, 1991
RACISM FLAP: A college student who dropped out after a professor suggested Hawaii would be better off without him has returned to the University of Hawaii and filed a grievance. "Once I got over to the mainland, I realized that it's just not right that a professor should do that," said Joey Carter, a senior who will resume his studies this semester. The Louisiana native had written a column in the school newspaper in September lamenting "Caucasian-bashing" in Hawaii.
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January 16, 1991
RACISM FLAP: A college student who dropped out after a professor suggested Hawaii would be better off without him has returned to the University of Hawaii and filed a grievance. "Once I got over to the mainland, I realized that it's just not right that a professor should do that," said Joey Carter, a senior who will resume his studies this semester. The Louisiana native had written a column in the school newspaper in September lamenting "Caucasian-bashing" in Hawaii.
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November 28, 1990 | SUSAN ESSOYAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
"Haole go home." That's Hawaii's version of "Yankee go home." And Haunani-Kay Trask, a professor at the University of Hawaii, thinks it's a reasonable idea. In a recent article in the school newspaper, she urged a student who had publicly lamented "Caucasian-bashing" in Hawaii to move back to his home state of Louisiana. "Hawaiians would certainly benefit from one less haole (white) in our land," wrote Trask, who is part Hawaiian.
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