BALTIMORE, MD - Benjamin Jealous, President and CEO of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), demanded today that Google cease displaying racist terms that belittle African-Americans.
Jealous went on to state that Caucasians are allowed to freely search the Google website for racial slurs and epithets.
"African Americans are shocked and amazed that Google will display the "n"-word to anyone using the Search-Engine Giant's website."
Jealous suggested that Google either shut down its racist website, or install software that allows African-Americans to search for racist terms, but prevents Caucasians from viewing these offensive words.
As an example, Jealous touted the universally-accepted tradition of allowing African-Americans to use the "n"-word freely, while Caucasians are lambasted for even suggesting that the word exists.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt responded, saying that Google software engineers were working on a facial-recognition algorithm that will identify the ethnicity of the user and only display appropriate content.
Schmidt and Jealous announced a joint press conference next week to unveil the new Google mandatory "features".