Restaurants are public domains?
Never said that. Why do you read things into statements which simply are not there?
I didn't know they were funded by the govt.
They're not. And your point is.....??????
They have the right to refuse service to anyone they chose don't they?
No. They cannot refuse service on the basis of race, national origin, or gender. You should have seen the brouhaha when McSorley's in New York had to serve women for the first time.
They have the right to refuse service based on personal behavior, dress code, or the fact that you came in with six guys two weeks ago and busted the place up.
Who funds this group?
How the heck would I know? I never even heard of this group until I read your
Do they fund themselves or does taxpayer money support them?
You tell me, it's your news story.
I would say if they are publicly funded then there would need to be some explaining, that's for sure.
Do only black people provide service to black people or do white people also provide service to the black community.
Not the point. People from common backgrounds have the right to form organizations to pursue their common destiny.
Wouldn't a meeting of people who serve the black community be a much better idea?
No, it would be a different idea. The goal of this organization apparently is deal with issues of the black social workers who comprise their membership, not to deal necessarily with the issues of the people the social workers help.
Why should these people be excused from their brand of racism and no one else is?
You presuppose that what they are doing is racist. On it's face, I don't think it is. Any more than an organization of Polish social workers, Armenian social workers, or Chadian social workers would be racist.