What to know about the controversial Golden West College
Posted On July 5, 2021
What is the Golden West college?
The Golden West is a public college in the eastern half of Los Angeles.
It has about 2,500 students and was founded in 1925 by a wealthy railroad magnate named George W. Golden.
It now enrolls about 400 students.
Its name comes from the golden wheat-colored flour used in the school’s flour mill.
Golden West has become one of the most popular colleges in California because of its academic and social life.
The school is known for its large student body, with about 2.3 million students from all 50 states and six countries.
Golden Western is the largest college in Southern California, with more than 100,000 students from more than 30 countries.
Students can take an online course on the history of American colleges, from the founding of colleges to the founding, and history of modern America, as well as the history and social impact of different cultures.
Why is the school so controversial?
In 2015, the school was sued for allegedly discriminating against African-Americans, Latinos, Muslims and Asian-Americans.
The lawsuit, filed by the Southern Poverty Law Center, claimed that the school discriminated against minority students and faculty members, which violated federal civil rights law.
In a statement, the Southern Baptist Convention said that the church’s position is that students should be able to “choose what they want to study and be taught,” but that they should not be punished based on their “race, ethnicity, or national origin.”
The lawsuit also claimed that Golden West students are discriminated against because they are considered “too white” for the school, and are not allowed to attend meetings, attend events or receive assistance from the school.
The college is not allowed by state law to offer religious instruction.
Who is suing Golden West?
The school’s attorneys argued in a lawsuit that Golden Western’s students have a “racial disparity” in attendance, and that it “has discriminated against students of color, and discriminated against Muslim students and staff members, as a result of its racially hostile and discriminatory practices.”
The complaint was filed in the Southern District of California, the home of Los Angles, and it seeks to have the school shut down, according to the Southern Center for Human Rights.
“The Golden West was founded as a private institution that has operated on the premise of a white-only community in Southern Los Angeles,” the lawsuit states.
“It is a white Christian institution that is built upon the premise that whites can only attend Christian schools because they have a Christian faith and therefore should not attend minority Christian schools.”
The school says that it will fight the suit, but will not shut down.
“We will vigorously defend our constitutional rights and will not give up our fight to defend the dignity and importance of all students in our society,” the school said in a statement.
Why has the college been targeted?
The lawsuit alleges that Golden Washington College, a private Christian college in Orange County, has discriminated against African Americans, Latinos and Muslims.
The complaint also alleged that the college discriminates against Asian-American students and employees because they do not meet the schools standards for a Christian school.
“There are no Christian students on the college’s campus,” the complaint states.
The Southern Poverty Project, a nonprofit that fights racism and bigotry, has a long history of challenging schools that are perceived to be racist.
It sued Golden Washington in the 1980s after it was found to be in violation of the federal Civil Rights Act, according the SPLC.
The university agreed to an agreement in the agreement to stop discriminating against minorities and students, the SPLLC said.
“Golden Washington College has repeatedly failed to live up to its commitments to the community, and the school has engaged in a pattern of blatant discrimination and has retaliated against students who have challenged its actions,” the SPPL said in an emailed statement.
The statement also said that students who want to report discrimination will be able report the incidents to the school or the Office of Equal Opportunity, which is the department that investigates complaints.
Who was Golden Washington’s dean when it was sued?
Ronald E. Miller, who was named Golden Washington dean in 2007, has denied discriminating against students.
“I have not discriminated against anyone,” Miller said in the statement.
“Our program is a rigorous, high-achieving institution, and we offer courses that engage students from a wide variety of backgrounds and cultures, including immigrants, refugees, LGBT students, people of color and others.”
Miller also said in his statement that he does not know of any students who were disciplined because they were black or Muslim.
What about the school district?
The Los Angeles Unified School District, which oversees the school and the district’s police force, said in statement that it does not comment on pending litigation.
“But we strongly support Golden Washington and our students,” the statement reads.
The district also said it will continue to investigate Golden Washington.
The Golden Washington school closed its doors in February 2019, after students complained about