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Reply to "A REMISS SOCIETY MUST STAND THE GAFF"

I didn't know that this article would cause such a range of debate. I really didn't think anyone would be interested in this discussion.
However, on the integrationist point the original author brought out in her article, I'd like to expound on it a bit in the context of American history. Through the forced segregation of the black masses since their arrival in this hemisphere through slavery, integration is a very recent part of our history in this country. The big differing parties on this issue were Malcolm X and Martin L. King Jr. For the very same reason Ms. Corrales outlines in her article segment, posted by Nkechi, is the same reason the legacy of Malcolm X endures to this day. He pointed this very same thing out time and time again through the use of the term "Black Nationalism" and the very popular phrase "It's Nation time!" It was also one of the reasons
I would also like to point out that during their times the northern states were more integrated than the southern states. The southern states also have colleges and universities that black students can excel at in an enviroment that is comfortable for them to them.
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