Governor Jan Brewer did it again. This time she removed any possibility that her intent was anything but politically and racially motivated. Yesterday, she signed a bill targeting a school district's ethnic studies program, hours after a report by United Nations human rights experts condemned the measure. The measure prohibits classes that advocate ethnic solidarity, that are designed primarily for students of a particular race or that promote resentment toward a certain ethnic group. The Tucson Unified School District program offers specialized courses in African-American, Mexican-American and Native-American studies that focus on history and literature and include information about the influence of a particular ethnic group. This bill has championed by state schools superintendent Tom Horne, a Republican running for attorney general, who said the program promotes "ethnic chauvinism" and racial resentment toward whites while segregating students by race.