Monthly Archives: April 2015

How can educators help Blacks avoid the Freddie Gray incident?

In a recent article, a local newspaper discusses the economical tragedies that contribute to the downfall of Black like Freddie Gray. The article fails to include the systemic contributions of the economic failures of Blacks. Educators play a major role … Continue reading

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How should police establish community relations after the Freddie Gray incident?

In a recent article, local Baltimore resident Freddie Gray died of a spinal injury while in the custody of police. Since the funeral, local Black teenagers have expressed their discontent. The Baltimore police can use a team building process to … Continue reading

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How should teachers respond to Freddie Gray incident?

In a recent incident, the death of a local Baltimore resident Freddie Gray has prompted demonstrations and looting amid calls for peace that have resulted from alleged police brutality. Presently, the town has shut down to include schools, businesses, and … Continue reading

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How can NAACP Dublin School District resignation request eliminate racism in schools?

In a recent article, the local NAACP has requested the resignation of two Dublin School District representatives as an effort to eliminate racism in schools. The two school district employees that are the focus of the request are husband and … Continue reading

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Why do schools continue to struggle with racism?

In a recent article, researchers from Stanford University found that the struggle with racism excels after the second Black student infraction and resulting in harsher consequences for Black students. The perception that White teachers have regarding Black students is very … Continue reading

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How can OKC teachers avoid allegations of racism in education?

In a recent article, an Oklahoma City Public School audit reveals a devastating pattern of racism in education. The audit was requested by new Superintendent of Schools Rob Neu. Oklahoma City Public School teachers can avoid the perception of racism … Continue reading

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How should Lebanon Schools respond to allegations of racism in schools?

In a recent article, Lebanon Schools are the subject of allegations of racism in schools. A mother of two biracial children has filed a federal complaint with the United Stated Office for Civil Rights. Lebanon Schools can avert future allegations … Continue reading

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How can South Africa reverse racism without a bloodbath?

Recent media coverage indicates that South Africa continues to aggressively embrace eliminating racism. It has only been two decades since apartheid was eliminated. South Africa need only to market the Black African woman as a positive image to overcome racism … Continue reading

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Will removal of South Africa British imperialist statues remove racism?

In a recent article, protests in South Africa are centered on the removal British imperialist statutes that represent past racism. Protestors are looking to rectify that past violations that continue to contribute to the demise of the country. The removal … Continue reading

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How should Orange Public Schools respond to recent Mumia Abu-Jamal letters?

In a recent article, third graders in an Orange Public School have written letters to Mumia Abu-Jamal. The letters were delivered by a third grade teacher. Orange Public Schools will have to avoid any future allegations of racism due to … Continue reading

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