Monthly Archives: March 2016

Why there is no danger when White parents avoid teaching racism to their children?

  In a recent article, anĀ  author proposes that White children contribute to racism because their parents teach them avoidance techniques. Once again the blame for the source of racism has been misplaced. Organizations that are truly interested in eliminating … Continue reading

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How can schools eliminate the perception of racism against Black females?

A recent article highlights the atrocities associated with racism against school aged Black females. Black females are not at the bottom of the Raccelerate Phenomenon as are Black males. Schools can avoid the perception of racism against Black females by … Continue reading

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How can charter schools eliminate the perception of racism in education?

In a recent article, it appears that charter schools are contributing to the School to Prison Pipeline through racism in education. Charter schools have a long history of enjoying greater prestige when compared to traditional schools. Charter schools will benefit … Continue reading

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How can San Francisco Schools combat racism?

In a recent article, a local effort to involve students in the elimination of racism in San Francisco Schools is taking on a familiar model. People must realize that the many efforts only continue to fuel the problem. San Francisco … Continue reading

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How does the United States Constitution fuel racism in America?

A recent article attempts to provide an insight on how the United States Constitution and the Paris Peace Treaty continue to fuel racism in America. Racism is founded in the beliefs that one set of characteristics particular to an ethnicity … Continue reading

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How can listening to students eliminate racism in schools?

In a recent article, an author presupposes that transforming racism in schools can only happen by listening to students. This strategy has been well documented with great failure. Transforming the relationships that continue to perpetuate racism in schools is the … Continue reading

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How can Colorado Public Schools improve student discipline?

In a recent article, Colorado Public Schools continue to struggle with ensuring that the implementation of student discipline avoids the pitfalls associated with allegations of racism in their schools. Since the inception of the Every Student Succeeds Act, schools are … Continue reading

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How should Boston Public Schools respond to recent civil rights complaint?

In a recent article, several civil rights organizations have filed a complaint against the Boston Public Schools regarding incidents that involved #BlackatBLS campaigners at the Boston Latin School. The investigation could fuel an inquiry of the entire school district. Boston … Continue reading

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