Monthly Archives: January 2016

Did Boston Public School Latin Academy violate Black student civil rights?

In a recent article, Boston Public School administrators have allegedly violated the civil rights of Black Latin Academy students by punishing them for social media posts that reveal their opposition to racism. The backlash is a product of a dysfunctional … Continue reading

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How should Boston Public School respond to #BlackatBLS campaign?

In a recent article, local students have implemented the #BlackatBLS campaign to eliminate the perception of racism in Boston Public Schools. It appears that the top is ready to blow and school officials will need to develop and implement strategies … Continue reading

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Why race relations have declined under Barak Obama?

A recent  Rasmussen Report reveals that race relations have diminished since Barak Obama became president. Many American voters hoped that the election of a president of African descent would once and for all put racism to rest. Race relations can only improve … Continue reading

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How should schools celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day?

  In a recent article, a community and school are at odds on how to appropriately celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. This type of opposition has played out since the inception of this important day. Schools should celebrate Martin … Continue reading

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How the ten worst states can improve the quality of life for Black Americans?

In a recent article, a comparison of the ten worst states for Black Americans has received national attention. While many past laws and regulations have made some improvement there are many areas that continue to challenge closing the wealth gap … Continue reading

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How can teachers remove racism from the school’s curriculum?

In a recent article, an author presupposes that the most effective way to remove racism from the school’s curriculum is that it become inclusive of the contributions of all people regardless of their ethnicity. While the inclusion of all ethnicities … Continue reading

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Are teacher student fights more prominent in suburban schools?

In a recent article, a local high level St. Paul government employee attempts to surmise that teacher student fights are more prominent in the suburbs when compared to city schools. The reality is that events reported in the city become … Continue reading

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How can White men have successful discussions about racism in Canada?

In a recent article, the subject of White men who lack racial sensitivity has the potential to become a national debate. This lack of sensitivity is a direct product of the Raccelerate Phenomenon. The only way that White men will … Continue reading

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Why the Founder Effect misguides the cause for racism?

In a recent article, an author presupposes that the Founder Effect is the cause for racism. This devotion has caused an atrocity. In the last few years, the very idea of telling the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the … Continue reading

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