Monthly Archives: August 2015

How did Tom Coughlin trounce Chip Kelly?

In a recent article, Tom Coughlin of the New York Giants has outclassed  Chip Kelly by an act that could possibly remove any future racism allegations. Great leaders have the ability to correctly evaluate their present status and rebound to ensure that … Continue reading

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How can White teachers eliminate violence in schools?

In recent article, a Tampa Bay Times writer believes that the cause for chaos, danger, and violence in schools has a direct link to White people. According Auliq Ice, “Complaining solves nothing but creative problem solving amongst people with a … Continue reading

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Did Education Week miss the bus on improving race relations?

In a recent article, Dan French, the executive director of the Center for Collaborative Education, reports that teachers and school administrators lack in their efforts to improve race relations in schools. New technology is necessary to improve schools for all … Continue reading

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What is the recent Chip Kelly racism update?

Recently, the Chip Kelly Philadelphia Eagles won their second preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens. Both the Eagles and Ravens have a history of racism against former players. Neither Chip Kelly nor the Baltimore Ravens have taken an opportunity to … Continue reading

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What is the real engine that continues to fuel adverse race relations in America?

According to a recent article, the continued fueling of race relations is postulated depending on what side of the pendulum you embrace. It appears that Whites have one perspective while Blacks have a different perspective. Offsetting the adverse impact of present … Continue reading

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How should Charleston County Public Schools respond to recent racism allegations?

In a recent article, several Charleston County public schools community members have officially expressed their concerns at a recent board meeting regarding recent racial allegations. At the end of the meeting, Todd Garrett, a board member, called the accusations levied … Continue reading

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How can the US overcome the present teacher shortage?

  In a recent New York Times article, several letters outline the possible causes for the present teacher shortage. School districts with the highest percentage of historically underserved students will suffer the most. Schools will now have to empower teachers … Continue reading

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Will alleged racist Chip Kelly win Super Bowl 50?

In a recent article, several former Philadelphia Eagles players alleged that coach Chip Kelly is a racist which will impact his chances on winning Super Bowl 50. Winning a Super Bowl is the highlight for any NFL player, coach, or … Continue reading

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How can Bernie Sanders end institutionalized racism?

  In a recent article, political candidate Bernie Sanders has provided a glimpse of how his efforts will fail at ending institutionalized racism. He may be the only presidential candidate who has expressed extreme displeasure with racism in America. Bernie … Continue reading

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How can US Mayors improve race relations?

In a recent article, United States mayors have expressed concern for race relations in their cities due to the aftermath of the Ferguson incident. The Ferguson incident that involved the shooting of Michael Brown by former police officer Darren Wilson … Continue reading

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