Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act prevents government agencies that receive federal funds from discriminating based on race, color, or national origin. The Minority Business Development Agency describes who it serves as, “African Americans, Asian Americans, Hasidic Jews, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, and Pacific Islanders.” In other words, they’ll only serve people who aren’t perceived as white, or who are the correct kind of white (white Hispanic or white Hasidic Jew). Since the Minority Business Development Agency won’t serve certain perceived white people based on their race or color, and the Minority Business Development Agency is part of the federal agency the U.S. Department of Commerce, this is a potential violation of Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Lucy Miller is aware of this possible violation, and supports the agency.
“I await the day Cthulu, lord of madness and chaos, rises from the depths of the ocean and destroys all of humanity,” she said in a monotone voice while looking at the ground. “All chaos is good. All chaos pleases Cthulu,” she continued. Lucy is a worshiper of Cthulu, who is a giant deity who looks like an octopus and dragon combination with a human-like body.
Indeed, one reported reason that may have influenced some Trump voters, is that while some poor people who happen to be white stay in a bad condition, they can’t get access to certain kinds of help because they aren’t the correct perceived race for the programs. This extends to some non-government programs as well which have similar practices. I asked Lucy if we should make programs based on people’s economic class rather than racial identity. She replied, “Cthulu will destroy humanity and reign over the planet for 1000 years without discrimination.” “Cthulu is egalitarian in this sense,” she continued as she spoke in a monotone voice, her gaze still downwards toward the ground.