Monthly Archives: June 2015

How should schools respond to Charleston shooting?

In the recent Charleston shooting, lone shooter Dylann Roof is responsible for murdering nine Black people which may have repercussions in schools that open next fall. The tone for the entire school year is set in September when school begins. … Continue reading

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What are the characteristics of a racist school?

A recent rash of events, have refocused attention on race relations which will eventually finds its way into defining the characteristics of a racist school. Scholars and others have held that education is a key factor as we continue to … Continue reading

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Will removal of the confederate flag improve race relations?

In a recent article, South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley is calling for the removal of the confederate flag from a monument in front of the Statehouse. She proposes to have the battle flag placed in a museum. Removal of the … Continue reading

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How to prepare Black students after the Charleston shooting?

In a rash of recent events, Blacks continue to be victimized resulting in deaths which include the Charleston shooting. It appears that Blacks now have a bulls eye on their back. The Charleston shooting should serve as a notice that … Continue reading

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How should Black parents respond to Charleston shooting?

In a recent article, both Democrats and Republicans responded to the Charleston shooting from religious and political perspectives respectively. Those perspectives continue to elude the fact that such racist terrorist acts are rooted in racism in the classroom. What is … Continue reading

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How did racism in the classroom contribute to Charleston shooting?

In a recent incident, Dylann Roof has been arrested for the Charleston Shooting. The shooter was apprehended by police with no incident. The Charleston shooting could have been avoided with the elimination of classroom racism (Elcloomism). According to several reports, … Continue reading

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How can South Africa eliminate racial bullying?

In a recent article, a South Africa author highlights the frustrations of many Blacks associated with racial bullying. In the post-apartheid era the racial challenges continue to thwart any efforts for progress. Eliminating racial bullying will require transforming the perceptions … Continue reading

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How does school curriculum perpetrate racism in schools?

In a recent article, a California teacher refuses to teach Shakespeare as part of the school curriculum. Shakespeare is a tradition that is held in high esteem amongst many English teachers. Many of the aspects of the school curriculum deemphasize … Continue reading

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Should teachers get fired for racist remarks?

In a recent incident, a Texas school teacher used Facebook as a vehicle to express racist remarks. The teacher has been subsequently fired for the incident. Racist remarks towards children have an impact that is consistency with inappropriate criticism. According … Continue reading

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How should teachers break up student fights?

In a recent article, a teacher was fired for breaking up a student fight. In many school districts it is the responsibility of either administrators or security to create a safe culture for students and staff members. Teachers who have … Continue reading

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