Monthly Archives: February 2015

Why hate crime charges will not be filed for the Trayvon Martin killing?

In a recent article, the United States Department of Justice has opted not bring charges against George Zimmerman who is responsible for the killing of Trayvon Martin. The Department of Justice has completed its investigation with an outcome that parallels … Continue reading

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The Raccelerate Racism Formula

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE THE RACCELERATE RACISM FORMULA Contact: Dr. Derrick L. Campbell, Ed.D. Tel: (856) 566-3267 Email: moreinfo@positiveracialrelationships.com The Classroom Racism Exterminator unveils the Raccelerate Racism Formula and the Raccelerate Racism Scale. February 24, 2015 – (Blackwood, NJ) – The … Continue reading

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How should California schools respond to Black student suspensions?

In a recent article, it has been reported that in California there is an over representation of Black student suspensions. Presently, the schools are using programs to reduce those suspensions with some success. California schools will have to eliminate classroom … Continue reading

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Does poverty perpetuate racism in education?

In a recent article, researchers from Brandeis University and Ohio State University report that living in a disadvantage neighborhood is the primary contributing factor to racism in education for Blacks. The conducted study compared disadvantaged neighborhoods in Honolulu Hawaii and … Continue reading

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How should Hoerskool Reynopark respond to racism in education?

In a recent article, the Mpumalanga Department of Education has responded to alleged racism in education at Hoerskool Reynopark by dismissing several employees. The problem with removing employees is that it does not transform the culture of racism in Hoerskool … Continue reading

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How should Manatee School District respond to over identification of emotional behavioral Black students?

In a recent article, Manatee School District administrators are planning to host an event with the focus on reducing the quantity of Black students identified as emotional behavioral disability. The school district hopes to raise community awareness regarding the treatment … Continue reading

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How can Jacksonville Florida overcome structural racism?

In a recent article, Frank Denton attempts to recommend strategies for overcoming structural racism in Jacksonville, Florida. He outlines several of the symptoms of structural racism which include employment, education, and law enforcement relations. Jacksonville can eliminate structural racism by … Continue reading

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How can churches improve race relations?

In a recent article, the Beloved Community is holding a symposium with the intent on improving race relations in the church. Presently, the symposium has created a network of Black and White churches that participate in several events. While these … Continue reading

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How can Wisconsin teachers eliminate teacher student fights?

A recent article reported that Wisconsin teachers have the highest attack rate for which many may involve teacher student fights. The challenge for Wisconsin teachers could exist in the cultural differences between teachers and students. The data collected in the … Continue reading

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How should Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools respond to high suspension rates of Black students?

A recent article about the Chapel Hill City Schools reveals a great disparity in student disciplinary consequences. The school district has infused a host of strategies to overcome this challenge. The fact remains that the challenges for Black students in … Continue reading

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