Category Archives: Police Community Relations

Was LGBT Orlando massacre the deadliest in the United States?

According to a recent article the recent LGBT Orlando massacre has attained the title as the deadliest massacre in the Unites States. There are many other travesties in the United States that have resulted in the deaths of the innocent. … 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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How can teachers eliminate the race factor in school discipline?

In a recent article, an Indiana college professor provided local Pittsburg educators and residents with the alleged primary reasons that racism continues to contribute to school discipline. According to John Roberts, “The way to stop discrimination on the basis of … Continue reading

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How should school security officers handle disruptive Black students?

In a recent article, a Columbia South Carolina school security officer used physical force to remove a student from the classroom. Many school districts have unsuccessfully implemented a model of education which involves the usage of physical force. School security … Continue reading

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How can US Mayors improve race relations?

In a recent article, United States mayors have expressed concern for race relations in their cities due to the aftermath of the Ferguson incident. The Ferguson incident that involved the shooting of Michael Brown by former police officer Darren Wilson … Continue reading

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How should Jefferson Parish School District respond to recent racial discrimination in schools allegations?

In a recent article, the Southern Poverty Law Center has filed a racial discrimination in schools complaint with the United States Department of Justice regarding the civil rights violations of Black students. The several cited incidents indicate that the school … Continue reading

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How is the Freddie Gray incident linked to racism in education?

In a recent article, an author attempts to point out that the travesties associate with the Freddie Gray incident is not a product of Black culture but a product of policy and politics which often lead to racism in education. … Continue reading

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How should police establish community relations after the Freddie Gray incident?

In a recent article, local Baltimore resident Freddie Gray died of a spinal injury while in the custody of police. Since the funeral, local Black teenagers have expressed their discontent. The Baltimore police can use a team building process to … Continue reading

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How should teachers respond to Freddie Gray incident?

In a recent incident, the death of a local Baltimore resident Freddie Gray has prompted demonstrations and looting amid calls for peace that have resulted from alleged police brutality. Presently, the town has shut down to include schools, businesses, and … Continue reading

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How should Orange Public Schools respond to recent Mumia Abu-Jamal letters?

In a recent article, third graders in an Orange Public School have written letters to Mumia Abu-Jamal. The letters were delivered by a third grade teacher. Orange Public Schools will have to avoid any future allegations of racism due to … Continue reading

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