If Trump gets reelected, can I propose stricter requirements for presidency?
But in all seriousness, there's activists in Louisville, Kentucky demanding that the workforce of local businesses are at least 23% black and at least 23% of their goods came from blacks. Normally, this wouldn't be such an big deal; but according to Wikipedia, the Bluegrass State is roughly 88% white and the metropolitan area of Louisville is around 74% white with some other racial minorities filling in the gap. It'll be kind of a stretch if everyone started following it, since there's barely enough people to meet that quota.
And the more important part of that article is an Cuban business owner decrying these demands because he's accused of being an racist for...Not being supportive enough towards the movement.