Hmmm now this is an interesting topic. I want to hear your thoughts on this...
Members of a new Texas association are starting a college scholarship program for a group of students they say do not have as many scholarship options as others -- white men. The idea was that there are many scholarships geared toward helping minorities and women attend college, and there are also scholarships for people from certain religions or from certain families.
Colby Bohannan, a student at Texas State University in San Marcos, and some friends have formed the non-profit Former Majority Association for Equality, which will provide the scholarships. To qualify for the group's scholarship, applicants have to be able to prove that they are at least 25 percent Caucasian, "We're not looking for blond-haired, blue-eyed, stereotypical white males," the founder . "My feeling is that if you can say you're 25 percent Caucasian, you're enough for us."