Monthly Archives: February 2016

How should Mark Zuckerberg eliminate Facebook employee efforts for removing #blacklivesmatter post?

In a recent article, Mark Zuckerberg has officially requested that Facebook employees refrain from removing #blacklivesmatter posts. Facebook is a public social media company that appears to have employees who employ efforts in his company to continue fuel racism against … Continue reading

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How can South Africa effectively fight racism?

In a recent article, a debate in South Africa has resulted in a proposed prescription for fighting racism. The prescription focuses on transforming the history curriculum taught in universities and schools. South Africa must first transform the mindset on those … Continue reading

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Will the removal of Boston Latin School headmaster eliminate racism at the school?

  In a recent article, local community activists are calling for the removal of the Boston Latin School headmaster as an effort to eliminate racism at the school. The beliefs of the activists are grounded in a perspective that will … Continue reading

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How should #BlackatBLS campaigners respond to Boston Public School Office of Equity findings?

In are recent article, Boston Public Schools has responded to the #BlackatBLS campaigners complaint through an investigation conducted by it’s Office of Equity. This investigation was used to minimize the perception of racism in Boston Public Schools. The #BlackatBLS movement … Continue reading

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How can St. Paul Public Schools reduce student discipline?

In a recent article, St. Paul Public School teachers are growing impatient with using positive behavior interventions and supports to reduce student discipline. The dynamics associated with the new Every Student Succeeds Act discipline requirements require higher levels of accountability … Continue reading

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How can schools teach about structural racism?

A recent article reveals that schools are challenged with teaching the subject of structural racism to students. According to Rosa Parks, “Racism is still with us. But it is up to us to prepare our children for what they have … Continue reading

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How should teachers fight to defend public education?

A recent article provides an insight on how teachers are presently fighting to defend their positions in public education. Detroit and Chicago teachers are using methods that are outdated and ineffective. Teachers who are fighting to survive must produce a … Continue reading

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How should Ferguson Police Department respond to Justice Department lawsuit?

In a recent Wall Street Journal article, the United States Justice Department has entered a lawsuit against the Ferguson Police Department. The lawsuit has surfaced almost 18 months after the Michael Brown shooting. The Ferguson Police Department should eliminate racism … Continue reading

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How does nonverbal interactions contribute to institutional racism?

A recent article, presupposes that the source of institutional racism is centered on the biases that exist in the housing industry. The housing industry biases are a product of other factors. One of the hidden sources of institutional racism is … Continue reading

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How can Boston Latin School eliminate the perception of racism in education?

A recent article depicts the Boston Latin School as a primary cultivator of racism in education.¬†We must transition the way that schools cultivate children if we expect for our nation to survive.¬†Boston Latin School can eliminate this perception by removing … Continue reading

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