Taipei City Bus seat giving up morality forum of 1987 civil rights case at Taipei, which executed an African ethnic man defending the high school student Chang’s seat
1. From the government website searched result, I found this paragraph about the bus seat civil rights case:
Overview of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
Title VI, 42 U.S.C. 2000d et seq., was enacted as part of the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964. It prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, and national origin in programs and activities receiving federal financial assistance. As President John F. Kennedy said in 1963:
Simple justice requires that public funds, to which all taxpayers of all races [colors, and national origins] contribute, not be spent in any fashion which encourages, entrenches, subsidizes or results in racial [color or national origin] discrimination…
2. From search result from the Internet,
On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks, a seamstress in Montgomery, Alabama, refused to give up her seat on a public bus to a white man who had boarded the bus after she did. At that time, public buses in the South were segregated, and African-Americans not only had to ride in the back of the bus, but also had to give up their seats to any white person who wanted to sit. Ms. Parks was arrested and taken to jail for refusing to give up her seat. On December 5, 1955, African-Americans in Montgomery began a boycott of the public buses led by a minister who had recently come to the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The peaceful boycott continued for 381 days during which time 90% of the African-Americans in Montgomery refused to ride the buses. At the end, the buses in Montgomery were desegregated.
Public Accommodations and Facilities
Title II of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination in places of public accommodation because of race, color, religion, or national origin. Places of public accommodation are hotels, motels, restaurants, movie theaters, stadiums, and concert halls.
3. The 1987 and 1996 cases description:
The US sergeant Ms Eva Ivory before August 14, 1994 death at Taipei City, she raised a civil rights case of Taipei city bus in 1987 and directly refer to me, a Taipei County citizen. From unknown source, the case was described as that when 1987 I was a high school student, one day on the bus to be asked to give up seat to a stranger as they usually did at Taipei area, an agent chose defending my seat was executed. At the moment from intangible message notifying that an Africa ethnic man with his young son, expressed their opinion that it was wrong to ask the boy give up seat on bus, and they would like to defend that high school student’s bus seat. But they seemed to be arguing with local military agents within some kind of forum, finally when the high school boy gave up the bus seat to a stranger, the African ethnic seat defender was executed by choosing from a group of agents who were eligible by the argument defending seat that the authority could not force the boy to give up seat on a bus. The African ethnic man and his young son were said both signing military contracts to enter that forum argument, then the young son was said to be evil for that defending argument. But the young man was getting away with that argument, not knowing his father was executed. From some unknown source it was said that “the day was his birthday.” I remember that the young man before entering the forum just days before told me that he was my classmate, that he ever came to Taipei County to attend the Hai-Shang Junior High School for several classes.
That was before he signed that military contract and decided to make the defending on my bus seat in a military agent forum. The executed African ethnic person, later was said to be the young man’s father. The case was described as when the bus seat giving up on the city bus by the high school boy, me, there was a video tape recorded in film, sending to the USA and United Nations, and the tape was concerned with an African ethnic man’s execution by the agency authority. Related persons in the forum were identified for several ones at that time, including a female American, who was Ms Jessica Han(a.k.a. Maria, that name was originally used by Ms Hillary Rodham to write a column in the China Times, but Maria said that was her name when she came to our high school class to see us) mother of one of my high school classmates Mr Ren Qian-wen.
Nine years later in August 1996, when I went to New York City with I-20 and F1-Visa of CUNY Baruch business school graduate program, there was a civil rights case of city bus submitted from Taipei authority to US Congress for review, which mentioned on August 5, 1996 during a hearing of United Nations Abuse Child Case related civil rights case filed by a New York lawyer but dismissed on the very day at New York City. On August 8, 1996 at YMCA, Philadelphia, on an extracurricular activity occasion, I had met the Holland diplomat daughter Ms Julia Kirby, and there mentioned that the city bus civil rights case related privy of USA nationality bringing up the executed victim in 1987 bus seat surrendering case to the congress and the United Nations for review, one of the authority was then US President Mr Bill Clinton, but was only with dialogue and questions not clearly identified. As far as I know, this civil rights case of bus giving up seat situation in 1987 was recorded by video film of me and submitted to be filed by the United Nations and the US Congress. But in August 1996 the video submitted with the civil rights case was another 1987 high school student who was attending the same high school as me but was citizen of Taipei City, not Taipei County. The civil rights case in August 1996 was referred to me again when the executed African agent case mentioned. I was at that time attending CUNY Baruch business graduate program at New York City. Within only several hours later, my grandmother Mrs Chang Wang-Me died on August 9, 1996 Taipei Time at Taipei Veteran General Hospital at Taipei City, due to medical gross negligent faults with heavy cold hospitalized but with surgery of a heart operation died on August 9. It was said the case was directly related to the 1987 bus civil rights case discussed at the moment in 1996 Philadelphia YMCA and August 5, 1996 civil rights case filed to the Federal Court at New York City. Identified as Mr Wu Jin-qin, my mother Mrs Wu’s step-mother’s son in August 1996 at Taipei County San-Shia military coordinating and information office, seemed to admit that he was in the forum 1987, and the other related privy was including my high school classmate’s mother Jessica Han(Maria), who just came back to the USA and married to her son Ren Qian-wen’s father, Mr Ren Nian-Chao(a.k.a. Ren Da-Nian, Cao Wen-Sheng, Harvard Law School alumni) because Mr Cao’s newly title of the Marshal of Military Police and president of National Chiao Tung University(NCTU) looked good and eligible to be her husband. They were in the United States of American at the moment in 1996.
Mr MP Marshal Cao Wen-sheng also submitted a CIA contract candidate for review in my name without notifying me in advance. That CIA contract candidate review was selected on August 1, 1996, with complaints of the displeased Madam Chiang Soong Mei-ling that the quota in 1996 was limited to be only two contracts available. It was then hinted by aide that she had one candidate of young son suitable for the contract at the time in California, Mr Miao, and the other was at New York City, Mr Lien. “If the contract quota limited to only two, then this ‘Child Abuse Case’ candidate from the United Nations civil rights case which was initiated in 1979 (by Mrs Hillary R. Clinton), the quota should assign to your own quota number since you had been the US first lady.” The dialogue content was such as this. Therefore, at that moment I was out on the street at New York City, facing such situation and the US First Lady(at that time I did not have her name) asking me if I would plan to sign that CIA contract submitted by Marshal Mr Cao, I was asking a question instead of directly answering the US first lady. Firstly I was stating the background for energy abuse harassment and for my sister’s prescription drug intake since 1987, I would be counted in the civil rights fighters if the US first lady would need a civil rights henchman. But for the lesson USA first lady teaching us in the previous years that the civil rights case would exclude agent contract signing university students, as Ms Hillary Rodham in 1980’s coming back to Taipei transferring the child abuse case to Taipei local Ms Chen Chu and answered that she could not handle the civil rights case for certain reason although she was a Yale University student eligible for civil rights care, some of the Taipei County government officer explained to us that it was because Ms Hillary Rodham had signed a military contract. Therefore in August 1996 I answered by a question instead, that if I devoted to the civil rights case, I would not sign the CIA contract, and I asked then USA First Lady Mrs Hillary R. Clinton that should I sign that contract. I could not see the US first lady, but on the street with intangible message, she answered me that she could not decide it for me. Just two days later, on August 3, 1996, another of my classmate Mr Liu Dong-Yun with his father making a donation of around NTD$ 200,000,000 to the Democratic Party political fund, the US First Lady Mrs Hillary R. Clinton also took a personal picture with him under this fund donation situation as with me who was without any money donation on August 2, 1996 of the City University of New York Baruch College school open day(I think that the ceremony of Baruch College school open day was held probably with agency celebrating festival at the same place). And then Mr Liu signed the contract of one of the two quota mentioned by Madam Chiang Soong-Mei-Ling previously.
DB, SSN057-86-4042, December 22, 2012