Monthly Archives: December 2014

Should the United Nations protect Black teenagers from future police shootings?

In a recent article, a UAE human rights activist proclaims that the United Nations should protect minority groups from ISIS which implies that the United Nations could protect Black teenagers from future police shootings. In the past, the United Nations … Continue reading

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Why Obama turned his back on race relations in America?

In a recent article, Holder and Obama are making race relations worse, inflaming hatred, the authors report that race relations in America are reported to be in a deplorable condition. The article assumes that President Barack Obama, Attorney General Eric … Continue reading

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What is the real problem with racism?

In a recent article, Why we can’t educate racism away, the author believes that racism is rooted in a structural problem which will require focusing on the socioeconomic structure that supports racism. He goes on to state that “Wor8king on … Continue reading

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Why do schools exclude school discipline data according to ethnicity?

A recent article, Race debate should include school discipline: Column, claims that the exclusion of school discipline is one of the major elements missing in the race debate discussion. Due to the recent deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, … Continue reading

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How should New York Teachers respond to the ambush of NYPD police officers?

A recent event of the ambush of NYPD police officers by Ismaaiyl Brinsley could cause racial problems for New York teachers. New York teachers will have to report to schools for next few days as we prepare for the Christmas … Continue reading

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Could White teachers have stopped the ambush of NYPD police officers?

Recently, the ambush of NYPD police officers was perpetrated by a Black male resulting in the death of two police officers. The history of ambushing police has a long history of being committed by extremist. Many of the extremist views … Continue reading

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Did Whoopi Goldberg get the source of racial profiling right?

In a recent article, both Whoopi Goldberg and Rosie O’Donnell were both involved in a heated discussion regarding racial profiling. Whoopie Goldberg and Rosie O’Donnell are both talk show host for the show titled ‘The View’. This is not the … Continue reading

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How can we avoid another aftermath like the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson?

In a recent article, several authors claim that teaching tolerance is the answer to avoid future aftermaths that resulted from the Michael Brown shooting. The Michael Brown and Eric Garner grand jury verdict has sparked a climate of citizens distrust … Continue reading

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Do New York Teacher Evaluations Continue to Fuel Classroom Racism?

In a recent article, New York teacher evaluations reveal that most teachers are deemed highly effective while Blacks continue to lag behind in student achievement. The state data reveals that 9.2% of the teachers were rated highly effective, 82.5% were … Continue reading

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Will Students Speaking Out About Racism Stop Racism in Education?

In a recent article, Albany Board of Education student representative and senior class president – Kori Dobbs – spoke out against a social media attack which is comparable to racism in education. The source of the racist attacks were from … Continue reading

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