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Gov. Christie -- " I don't care about the community criticism..."; School Opens in Newark

School opened in Newark, New Jersey on Thursday, September 4, in the messy, patched together way that major transformations occur.  The question in this case, as Cami Anderson, the state’s appointed overseer superintendent imposed her controversial “One Newark” school choice plan on the school district, is why the confusion had to happen.  550 more words

Equity & Opportunity To Learn

Reaping the Racial Whirlwind

You won’t see this on MSNBC. Don’t hold your breath waiting for Eric Holder to investigate either:

“In an attack partially caught on video, a group of youths assaulted at least three people in the parking lot of the Poplar Plaza Kroger Saturday night.”

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Barack Obama

It's not always racism

Yesterday, I wrote about how we should not listen to white people when they say it’s not about racism, because they’re not the “experts” who really experience it. 368 more words

Racial Politics

Stop asking white people

Seriously.  I’m sick of watching white people debate whether there is still racism.    

I’ve ranted before about how we tend to listen to people who already support what we previously believed as opposed to experts who may challenge our assumptions.   64 more words

Racial Politics

Hope & Change - Blacks Say Obama Has Worsened Race Relations

Poll: African Americans Think Race Relations Have Gotten Worse Since 2009

” Fewer African Americans say blacks and whites get along well today than felt that way in 2009, according to a new Pew Research Center/

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Politics

One Way Out of Ferguson's Desperation: Not Looting

The Daily Caller, August 26, 2014

The streets of Ferguson, Missouri, have finally calmed after two weeks of often violent protests against the deadly shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown by a police officer. 142 more words

Conservatism

Quote of the Day: Booker T Washington

There is a class of colored people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public.

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