Monthly Archives: September 2015

How did Chip Kelly racism leadership prevail?

In a recent game, it appears that Chip Kelly racism has moved the Philadelphia Eagles closer to the winning Super Bowl 50. Racism, because it favors color over talent, is bad for business (Steven Pinker). Racism is bad for the … Continue reading

Posted in Chip Kelly, Race Relations, Race Relations in America, racial discrimination, Racial Profiling, Racism, Racism in America, Racism in Sports | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Why Pope Francis will tolerate racism?

In a recent article, an author outlines Pope Francis opposition to income inequality which excludes racism in America. This color blind approach has proven detrimental for many minorities who continue to suffer under the cloak of classism. Pope Francis historical … Continue reading

Posted in Race Relations in America, racial discrimination, Racial Profiling, Racism, Racism in America | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Do teacher expectations create institutionalized racism?

In a recent article, an author, surmises that institutionalized racism is the product of standardized assessment expectations. The purpose of standardized testing is to monitor student advancement to better inform educators. Institutionalized racism is the product of racial expectations and … Continue reading

Posted in Discrimination, institutional Racism, Leadership, Positive Teacher Student Relationships, Race Relations, Race Relations in America, Racial Profiling, Racism, Racism in America, Racism in Education | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment

How can Philadelphia Eagles overcome Chip Kelly racism?

The Philadelphia Eagles winless start in the 2015 season could be a direct result of Chip Kelly racism. According to Alveda King, “racism oppresses its victims, but also binds the oppressors, who sear their consciences with more and more lies … Continue reading

Posted in Chip Kelly, institutional Racism, Philadelphia Eagles, Race Relations, racial discrimination, Racial Profiling, Racism, Racism in America, Racism in Sports | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Why do anti-racism summits fail?

In a recent article, Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman hopes that two days of an anti-racism summit will become the catalyst for leveling the playing field amongst Canadians. According to Howard Berman, “the focus should not be on talk. Talk is cheap. It … Continue reading

Posted in Discrimination, institutional Racism, Leadership, Race Relations, racial discrimination, Racial Profiling, Racism, Structural Racism | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Did Ahmed Mohamed expose discrimination in schools?

In a recent article, Texas student Ahmed Mohamed has exposed discrimination in schools through his arrest for bringing in a science project. Evidently the lack of communication between teachers and administrators played a major role in this fiasco. Ahmed Mohamed is one … Continue reading

Posted in Discrimination, Leadership, Obama, Positive Teacher Student Relationships, Race Relations, Race Relations in America, racial discrimination, Racial Profiling, Racism, Racism in America, Racism in Education, School Discipline | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Could Vernon Hills High School avoid future racial allegations?

In a recent article, a former Chicago Bear football player, Desmond Clark, has accused Vernon Hills High School officials of perpetuating a culture of racism against their son. The parent is expressing a concern that many Black parents face today. … Continue reading

Posted in Leadership, Positive Teacher Student Relationships, Race Relations, Race Relations in America, racial discrimination, Racial Profiling, Racism, Racism in America, Racism in Education, Racism in Sports, School Discipline, Violence in Schools | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

Did Jeffrey Lurie cosign Chip Kelly racism?

In a recent article, Philadelphia Eagles chairman and CEO appears to have agreed with the recent alleged racism exhibited by Chip Kelly. The coach will have the ability to implement any racist strategy within the organization. Any future allegations of … Continue reading

Posted in Chip Kelly, Leadership, Philadelphia Eagles, Race Relations, Race Relations in America, racial discrimination, Racial Profiling, Racism, Racism in America, Racism in Sports, sports | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment

How will the Texas referee incident increase school liability insurance?

In a recent incident, Northside Independent School District administrators have opted to elevate the charges in the Texas referee incident against two football players which will result in an increase in their school liability insurance. School district officials reacted prematurely … Continue reading

Posted in Race Relations, Race Relations in America, racial discrimination, Racial Profiling, Racism, Racism in America, Racism in Education, Racism in Sports | Tagged , , , | 3 Comments

Did the Texas referee incident expose racism at the San Antonio School District?

In a recent article, a Texas referee allegedly made a racial remark towards Black and Hispanic football players during a high school football game which has indicated the racism in education that exists in the San Antonio School District. Referees … Continue reading

Posted in Classroom Management, Community Relations, Discrimination, Leadership, Race Relations, Race Relations in America, racial discrimination, Racial Profiling, Racism, Racism in America, Racism in Education, Racism in Sports, School Discipline | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment