Category Archives: Obama

Did the Raccelerate Phenomenon propel Donald Trump?

Donald Trump’s new position as the president of the United States is a direct product of the Raccelerate Phenomenon. Hillary Clinton would have prospered in her election efforts if she had effectively used the phenomenon. Without the Raccelerate Phenomenon the challenging dynamics between … Continue reading

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What is the best way to improve race relations?

In a recent article, a professor of social work claims that the many Gallup Polls that are used as a barometer on how the public is responding to race relations is ineffective because of their questioning techniques. The Gallop Poll … Continue reading

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

  In a recent article, an  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 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 Detroit and Chicago teachers are using methods that are outdated and ineffective.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 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 the Obama administration help Black students with standardized testing?

In a recent article, the Obama administration is entertaining the thought of reducing standardized testing as a requirement for No Child Left Behind. No Child Left Behind is a failed attempt at equalizing the playing field for schools, teachers, and … Continue reading

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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

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How can the Obama administration successfully revamp discipline in schools?

According to a recent article, the Obama administration is attempting to improve the American education for historically underserved children by revamping discipline in schools. The present process for improving education is confrontational towards teachers. The Obama administration will need to … Continue reading

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Will Obama race database eliminate racism in America?

In a recent article, it is reported that the Obama administration is collecting race data with the hope to improve racism in America. The collection of race data alone is not enough to transform a nation that continues to suffer … Continue reading

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