Posts tagged with africanamerican

Hmm, hey wasn’t this obvious to everyone else?


I’m not going to even bother commenting on the Council for Great City Schools’ recent report on black males in urban schools when Renee Moore and Jose Vilson have done such a masterful job at this. Sorry, Jose, it’s ladies first, as Ms. Moore had her article up first: TeachMoore: News To Some; Blues To […]

How we live today…


Let’s see where things stand today from Jon Becker, Still Separate, Still Unequal? (Final Thoughts) (Education – Today, nearly three out of every four African-American students in the U.S. attends a school that is majority-minority. 1 out of every 6 African-American children in the United States now attends a school where less than one […]

Why desegregate?


I need to thank Jon Becker for his invaluable help in doing this post. I had a big hole that lack research between my last post (based on personal experience), and the next one I’llĀ  do which is about how things stand now. This is about why things should not be as they are. With […]

Subtractive views of race, and why they just don’t work out…


After the Democratic Convention, there were a lot of conversations on Plurk about Obama. One of the saddest was a thread from Lisa Parisi, about her conversation at a local bowling alley with a Democrat who said they would never vote for Obama because he is black. She was shocked, but many of us who […]


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