According to Jean Johnson, her daughter told her she had been left out of the celebration, "'Because I am black. Only white kids can come to his party.'"
"Where does a 4-year-old learn something like that?" asked Donald Johnson. "Where does a 4-year-old learn to say something like that?"
The Johnsons say it's just one in a series of disturbing incidents at Skylar's Bethesda day care center, all related to race. There are two other African-American children in her class at Edgemoor Children's Center, the teacher is black, too. But the Johnsons say Skylar comes home wanting to know how to "make white", and seems to be rejecting all things black.
"Now she will not play with it," Jean said, holding up a black doll. "She only wants to play with Barbie, Sleeping Beauty -- a white doll."
The Justice Department says the accused trio drove around late on election day in November, after Obama's victory had been announced, in search of blacks.
They allegedly were involved in a spree of incidents, including verbal harassment, a beating, and hitting a man with their car.smh
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A video of a laughing police officer who told a drunk Aboriginal man to sing and dance before arresting him has sparked outrage across the country.
The police officer films a heavily intoxicated man, named "Chappy", lying on the ground in Katherine in the Northern Territory, encouraging him to sing The Rivers of Babylon.
A second officer then drags "Chappy" to his feet while the filming officer tells him to dance and say "Happy Birthday Blake."
"Chappy" staggers about, continuing to dance and sing, before being ushered towards a police car.
The officer filming the incident then turns the camera to himself and says: "This shit is f---ed up, f---ek up."
Northern Territory police issued a statement on Monday saying the officer who filmed the event had received counselling after an internal investigation found his treatment of the man to be "humiliating and demeaning".
It said the matter was investigated in December last year by the Ethical and Professional Standards Command.
"A member was counselled and police acknowledge that the making of the video and posting it on YouTube was highly inappropriate," said a spokeswoman.
She said the other officer had not been reprimanded.live news魚拓
The video showed an intoxicated Aborigine lying on the ground in the outback town of Katherine, south of Darwin, before two officers asked him to begin singing "Rivers of Babylon," dragging him to his feet to dance and then sing "Happy Birthday."
One laughing officer filming the 2006 incident, the shots of which were posted on the video sharing Web site YouTube, turns the camera onto himself and utters several obscenities.
Northern Territory police issued a statement on Tuesday saying an internal investigation had found the treatment of the man, named only as "Chappy," to be "humiliating and demeaning." The officer who filmed the event had been reprimanded.
"A member was counselled and police acknowledge that the making of the video and posting it on YouTube was highly inappropriate," a police spokeswoman told Reuters, adding the incident was only uploaded to the internet last November.
She said police had tried to have the clip, which some viewers called "disgusting" and "racist," removed without success. In the video, Chappy is led around wearing only loose trousers by a gloved officer next to a police patrol wagon.Reuter/blockquote>
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