SUBJECT: Which persons are entitled to “full and equal accommodations, advantages, facilities, privileges, or services in all business establishments of every kind whatsoever”.
From: GJohnson (email address redacted)
Cc: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Date: Tuesday, August 25, 2020, 12:24 PM PDT
The power of racism is among us:
how the government
Maria Gonzalez Marshalena Adkins Sandhya Panda Pamela Phimmasenh Nai Saechao Colleen Janetpour James Baca
Selena Wong Adele Cox
Julia Araneta@dfeh.ca.gov James Cortes
Karina Arabolaza Gloria Morales Mimi Infantino Rangi Ravi
Debbie L. Harmon (HUD)
To whom it may concern:
I continue to incur damages including but not limited to fax service, voicemail service, postage, police alarm permit, rent payments, related to complaints filed with you regarding Unruh election practices and/or denial of housing services.
There once was a little poor white boy from the backwoods of Alabama whose name was Jimmy McGillicuddy Grimaldi, or maybe that was not his name. Nice kid and grew up to have a family and become an electrician. So one day he met a little Black boy who was aged 25. The Black Boy was having trouble with his landlord because even though he paid his rent, the landlord had extra parking stalls, but would not give the Black boy one of the parking stalls. Also, the Black boy’s intercom did not work. Well Black boy complained and complained about that intercom and years passed by and still no repairs to the intercom. So one day he met the white boy named Jimmy McGillicuddy Grimaldi, I think that was his name. The Black Boy told Jimmy about his troubles with the landlord. Jimmy was white about aged 45. These were the days when society conditioned folks to believe that whites were always right and that white people knew everything. Jimmy was angry and he told the Black Boy, “You pay your rent and you are entitled to housing services like maintenance. You should only have to ask for repair or replacement one time, one time! You are entitled to parking and you are entitled to a working intercom.” He was told he could get a rent reduction and claim discrimination. Even though the owner had extra parking stalls, he would give one to a white person in a second but not to the Black Boy. But this story is not about the Black Boy nor is is about Jimmy McGillicuddy Grimaldii. It is about a white plantation owner landlord who is allowed to get away with racism year after year. How does this white man have so much power? How many other people give him that power? Now if you think this story is about an unjust situation, then all power to you. So maybe you will agree that this one white man should not have that much power. But if you think this white property owner is a good person and should be able to do whatever he wants to do, then you can take this story and just shove it you know where. That’s what Jimmy McGillicuddy Grimaldi would say, if that is his name. I will never forget Jimmy.
For those who act in discriminatory, arbitrary, capricious, and unjust manners, I ask these questions in remembrance of all the Black Americans who were lynched, in remembrance of the white government employees who were members of the Ku Klux Klan and participated in the dismemberment and torture of Black Americans, I ask:
You are government employees. Whether your family member, co-worker, or friend, and no matter what their sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, citizenship, primary language, or immigration status, please name which persons you feel are entitled to the “full and equal accommodations, advantages, facilities, privileges, or services in all business establishments of every kind whatsoever”.
All rights reserved.
Geary Juan Johnson
1522 Hi Point St 9
Los Angeles CA 90035
cc: HUD, US Justice Department
Gavin Newsom asked “who” is
entitled to full and equal rights