In an effort to address the most under-served minority in a John Travolta film, a non-profit in Texas is launching a scholarship program for disadvantaged students. The Former Majority Association for Equality is offering a $500 scholarship to those who meet one eligibility requirement: "Male - No less than 25% Caucasian":

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The application for a $500 scholarship from the Former Majority Association for Equality looks pretty much like all the others out there. Well, except for this eligibility requirement: "Male - No less than 25% Caucasian."

Yes, the Texas-based nonprofit organization has launched a scholarship for white men. Members of the group, which goes by FMAFE, say they aren't racist and "have no hidden agenda to promote racial bigotry or segregation," according to their Web site. Instead, they say their goal is to provide financial aid to white men who might not qualify for other scholarships.
"FMAE's existence is dedicated around one simple principle, to provide monetary aid for education to white males who need it," the group's mission statement reads.

In addition to being white and male, applicants must have a 3.0 GPA and "demonstrate a commitment to education, and substantiate financial need." FMAFE insists "it will not accept money from any organization affiliated with white supremacy or hate groups." Indeed, like the all-white basketball league, FMAFE says it is not promoting "racial bigotry," but merely giving a leg up to this continually overlooked demographic.