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Re: 2005--In Loving Memory Of....

Fine ·
Thx folobatuyi and HonestBrother. LOL--I have a revision: AITKEN, LAUREL/78 -- JAMAICAN SINGER BENNETT-SATTLER, JUDITH/54 -- ABUSE AGENCY LEADER BAIRD, HARRY/74 -- BRITISH ACTOR BAUGH, CECIL/96 -- JAMAICAN POTTER BENSON, RENALDO "OBIE"/69 -- MEMBER OF THE FOUR TOPS GROUP BENTLEY, LAMONT/31 -- ACTOR BERESFORD, RANDOLPH/91 -- BRITISH MAYOR OF HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM BROWN JR., OSCAR/78 -- SINGER/SONWRITER/ACTOR/PLAYWRIGHT CAMPBELL, LITTLE MILTON/70 -- BLUES ARTIST CARGILLE, PETER/41 -- JAMAICAN...
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Re: The Wall Street Project: The Continuing Conversation for Parity

Constructive Feedback (Guest) ·
PARITY? That's funny - when I listen to Bloomberg or CNBC each morning on the ride to work I hear about "financial justification", "shareholder value" and "bottom line profits". It seems to me that Sir Jesse Jackson is attempting to apply to Wall street some concepts that don't necessarily fall into their way of doing business - and that is GREEN. Very soon few workers will need to worry about their "Pensions". An increasing number of their employers will be switching to 401k programs. The...
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Re: Negroes who defend the status quo once they've "gotten theirs"

Kevin41 ·
** This is why we must push to educate the black populous. For the last few years, the CalStart program that sends lower-income people to the CalState schools had a surplus of money. While a teacher in that system, I was able to get people to encuorage others they knew to apply for and utilize the monies available. Between that and contributing to black organizations for thelast 20 years and taking young black males to Camp Sigma to learn about self-esteem, acacdemic acheivement and gang,...
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Re: Education: then and now, Thomas Sowell

Constructive Feedback (Guest) ·
I am not sure why I waste my time. I said NOTHING about getting reparations from Bush. Several weeks ago a frat brother of mine told me that Bush wasted billions in Iraq that he could have given to Black people as reparations. I asked him why is he so vocal about what "his enemy" has failed to do with his deficit spending to fund a war but he is so silent about what his friend has failed to do to pay the debt he owes to Blacks all the while having a SURPLUS. The end result for Black people...
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Re: Vouchers ???

Isome ·
John Stossel has been a right wing shill for as long as he's been a part of 20/20. NOT showing both sides of the story is his modus operandi. excerpted from the book Banana Republicans How the Right Wing Is Turning America into a One-Party State by Sheldon Rampton and John Stauber Jeremy Tarcher/Penguin, 2004 The career of John Stossel on ABC's 20/20 offers another example of the way the echo chamber works to place conservative ideas into the mainstream media, while hiding the interests of...
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Re: Plane Hits Building...

Empty Purnata ·
There are many conflicted accounts of what happened. Where are the families of these people who supposedly "died"? Where is the fund for them? Why did the goverment whisk off the debris so fast and not allow any inspection? Why do so many witnesses claim to have seen/heard a missle and a fighter jet? Why didn't Flight 77 leave the radar? Most of all: WHERE THE FUCK ARE THE BODIES AND WHERE THE FUCK IS THE PLANE? Even the 9-11 Council admitted there is no proof a plane or any passengers were...
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Re: Black Unity: Moving Beyond The RHETORIC

sunnubian ·
_____________________________________________ ______________________________________________ I couldn't agree more, but then that brings us back to that 'unity' thing, wherein the whole of African America (preferable under the umbrella of your African American Congress of sorts) has to come together (unity) to vote, build political bases, raise the funds that it would take to challange the present laws, discriminate sentencing laws, abuses of power, wrongful convictions, unconstitutional...
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Re: Reparations v. Eliminating Race Specific Claims

James Wesley Chester ·
Some suggest that they fear that if reparations are awarded that it will prevent African Americans from any future right to legal redress against discrimination. Aside from whether you think this argument makes sense or not, would you agree to a reparations award (of an agreeable amount) if the "cost" was any future opportunity to pursue legal remedy under a race specific claim? You could sue under any race neutral Constitutional protection but any race specific laws would be removed from...
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Re: New Black Conservative Website

Noah The African ·
Here is a real work example of zero sum Toussiant. Who can forget the neocons' claim that under their leadership America creates its own reality? Remember the neocons' Iraq reality--a "cakewalk" war? After three years of combat, thousands of casualties, and cost estimated at over $1 trillion, real reality must still compete with the White House spin machine. One might think that the Iraq experience would restore sober judgement to policymakers. Alas, neocon reality has spread everywhere. It...
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Re: Conservatism and African America

MBM ·
OK - since you asked! Conservatives and Liberals
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Re: College "Education" Is BS

MBM ·
Hey - I have a question Shango67. To be clear, this is not meant to nitpick or snipe at you or anything else that you may have felt in the past from me. It's just an honest question about your views. Cool? I believe that you've mentioned that you would prefer for a college bound African American to go to an HBCU - like Howard or Morehouse etc. You've also been quite articulate about your opposition to affirmative action - to some degree (I believe) because it's a federal program - it's the...
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Re: College "Education" Is BS

Shango67 ·
MBM When I talked about the HBCU's, I was speaking in the context of building upon the institutions that may be able to support Black folks who decided to pursue higher education. I was speaking in the context that Black folks use HBCU's and reject the notion that our best, brightest, and gifted scholars must have their scholarship validated by Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Princeton, etc... There is no reason why a cure for cancer can't come from a Black student enrolled at Howard Medical. For...
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Re: WHERE DO YOU STAND?

Constructive Feedback (Guest) ·
African-Americans will never be able to carry out the "popular political will" of the masses as long as they reside inside the scope of power and influence of a greater power. LIKEWISE, stepping outside of this power will require that they take responsibility for all of the variables that operate upon them that they are not required to do so today: Fund and operate National Defense Provide for the general state of the environment - air, water Provide for the healthcare of the masses -state...
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Re: HIV / AIDS education beginning in Kinder class

bigman ·
Keidi Obi Awadu http://7mac.com/7MAC/resume/index.htm keidi@7mac.com "From 1989 to 1991, Kaiser Permanent along with the L.A. County Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), injected over 700 "mostly minority" babies with unlicensed experimental vaccines with fraudulently-obtained consent from the parents. One of the vaccines used, Edmonston-Zagreb high-titer, had already obtained a notorious reputation overseas for killing almost one out of every 13...
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Re: so i got into spelman.....

tru2urself16 ·
I gotta say that is sad, but your young(I'm saying that like your fifteen or something ) so technically you really don't have to work yet. To be honest I probably really don't have to because my great-granny offered to pay for my education with her retirement fund, but I told her keep so she can buy that house in Tuscanny she's always wanted. Anyway, your right I did say three hours ain't nothing, but hey it's better than nothing
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Re: so i got into spelman.....

caribbeanflavored ·
that's so sweet but knowing my greedy+lazy ass, if i was in your place i woulda took everything of hers and i'd go straight to hell for it too .
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Re: Where should Reparations funds come from?

Shango67 ·
How about a category called "The Fat Chance, Stop Dreaming Negro, and Build Your Own Collective Wealth" fund?
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Re: Where should Reparations funds come from?

MBM ·
I think we have a better shot now at reparations than any reasonable person could have thought Africans had at being emancipated and blended into society (however imperfectly) at the turn of the 19th century.
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Re: Where should Reparations funds come from?

Shango67 ·
Both are quixotic concepts. **Sorry - I clicked the wrong button to reply to you.**
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Re: Where should Reparations funds come from?

Yemaya ·
I don't think so. An example of restitution that was ordered by the federal government was the payment of money to black farmers who were actively discriminated against in getting loans to save their farms. The judgement was for the Department of Agriculture to pay the farmers. As of last the judgement against the Department of Agriculture has not been paid in full. As a matter of fact, some black farmers marched down ot D.C. in 2004 to demand payment in full. This story was ONLY covered by...
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Re: Where should Reparations funds come from?

Frenchy ·
*Yemaya approaches every white person she sees with a clipboard.* "Sir, have you or any one in your family tree ever own slaves, benefitted from slave labor, knew someone who owned slaves and didn't criticize them in any way, laughed during a showing of 'Roots', or ever used the phrase 'What's the big deal? Slavery is over'?" "You have?" *Fills out an invoice.* "Please remit your payment immediately." There really are a whole lot of people that should be getting a bill if we are going to...
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Re: Where should Reparations funds come from?

Frenchy ·
Even if you are against the movement, you clearly feel that Black people are owed something and are functioning at some sort of handicap (otherwise we wouldn't need the Fat Chance Fund). What I want to know is where this money in your opinion should come from. How does Black America get the money to improve our situation?
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Re: Where should Reparations funds come from?

MBM ·
A lot of these questions have been addressed before, but since we no longer have a reparations forum, I'll try to offer at least one person's perspective on them. I see reprations as an obligation of the United States government. As such, this isn't about personal culpability and restitution on the part of the descendents of specific slave holders as opposed to the government paying one of its obligations. As I see it, African America is made up of families - the vast majority of which...
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Re: Where should Reparations funds come from?

James Wesley Chester ·
The money should come from the United States General Fund, AND all such other sources as can be proven in court, or admits, to profitting from slavery and/or Jim Crow. PEACE Jim Chester
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Re: The Texas 10% Plan

leart ·
Ebony: As you indicate, we are where we are, reference to segregated schools. But the real intent will come full circle when the Vouchers and charter School Programs become universal. Many of the "intelligent" Blacks like the idea of these type of "separate but equal" educational programs, and the State of Iowa has started the Ball rolling with the separation of an entire School System, by Race. The Blacks, Hispanics and Whites will have their own school system with their own School Board,...
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

HonestBrother ·
ntellect, in your response to me, you told me a lot of stuff that I already knew or had heard of... My essential point was that finding a (possible) reference to an Egyptian god in the very last book of the Bible does not prove that the word "Amen" is of Egyptian origin nor does it prove that Christians are evoking an Egyptian deity. And it's quite a stretch to use one verse in one of the last written Biblical books to prove something about a word that occurs in other books written centuries...
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Re: A War For Oil? - Friedman

MBM ·
First I'd execute a saner Middle East policy that was far more balanced than the overwhelmingly pro-Israeli approach we've traditionally had. I'd treat the Arab world as partners, and with much more respect than we generally have. Second, money and trade have a way of making friends - even the most unlikely ones. I'd actually INVEST in Arab countries - beyond just buying oil. Third, I'd collaborate with Arab nations to increase our intelligence capacity there. Knowing that fundamentalism is...
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Re: A War For Oil? - Friedman

sergeant ·
"Why now?" Obviously, when it comes to terrorists getting weapons and the obvious hate and deprivation of so many, the better question is "WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU WAITING FOR?"" Personally, when it comes to security of any type, NOW is always better than 'maybe someday' as you propose. "First I'd execute a saner Middle East policy that was far more balanced than the overwhelmingly pro-Israeli approach we've traditionally had" Oh, well thats just 'swell' mbm, good lord, whats that, right out...
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Re: The Juice...

Nykkii ·
9.16 juice SISQO DONE LOST HIS DAMN MIND! R&B singer shoots neighbor's car, say cops. (Sep. 16, 2003) *We know that Dru Hill has been going through a luke warm period as far as their material is concerned, but that ain't no reason for Sisqó to be actin' like he lost his got-dang mind, or is it? MTV.com reports that Sisqó was arrested early Saturday morning along with his girlfriend after pulling a *Richard Pryor. He allegedly fired several shots at a car parked outside a neighbor's...
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Re: Clark Enters Race

Vox ·
http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/ap/20030921/ap_on_el_pr/campaign_2004_poll_4 Clark Among Democrat Leaders, Poll Shows Sun Sep 21, 8:51 AM ET WASHINGTON - Retired Gen. Wesley Clark already appears to be competitive in a new national poll released just days after he became the 10th Democratic presidential candidate. Clark was among the leaders of the Democratic candidates in the Newsweek Poll released Saturday, and was not far behind President Bush (news - web sites) in a...
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Re: Who watches the Evening News about Iraq?

MBM ·
Your friend Bill O'Reilly would correctly label that post as "spin". The fact is that the Bush administration created the expectations around this war in their effort to "sell" it to the American people. The criticism that Bush gets now is in direct response to the expectations that he created. Aside from the apparent "mis-statements" that we were fed (WMDs, Iraq's link to 9/11, imminence of threat, etc.), it seems pretty obvious that Bush/Cheney/Rumsfeld were also extraordinary off-base in...
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Re: Black = Terrorist = Thug: A New Racial Profile?

sunnubian ·
"This boat shared the name of the family that once owned my ancestors. And here I was, centuries later, being loaded back onto a ship in chains." - - reading this made my heart sink. I have witnessed so many incidents like this in my lifetime. Your statement makes it seem etched in stone that we are still not free. Personally, I see nothing positive in the future of African Americans in America. What makes it so bad is that you were still lucky to have had all this happen to you in New York;...
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Re: VOTE

Lofton (Guest) ·
Hello Everyone, As I type the political debate is being aired on KNBC, from 6-9:30 PM, Pacific Time. Very interesting session to which the question and answer session is very open, and frank. Don't care for Arnold Schwarzenegger or Bustamante. The Republican Tom McClintock appears to use common sense approach in reducing taxes, government spending, and improving the economy within California. _______________________________________________ Of Course I Can't Speak for Everyone, but I'm Voting...
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Re: If you were president.....

blaqfist ·
Wathcer this might be your best post ever... But here are my repsonses to each.. 1.Iraq. Apoligize to the UN, bring them in as complet and full partners in the recontruction of Iraq. Kick Haliburton out of Iraq. And make the bidding for the reconstruction of the Iraqi oil lines free and fair and they would go to the highest bidder.. Send out a worldwide bulliten that if Saddam Hussien is still alive he can come out of hiding and have exile wherever he wants it. Grant him immunity from war...
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Re: Alternative Medicine

Melesi ·
yummy, I'm not quite sure that your description of mainstream medicine is fair. It does use drugs--so does alternative medicine, because if the herbs did not have medicinal compounds (drugs) in them, they wouldn't work. Mainstream medicine does not "mask symptoms." Go to a doctor with an infection and he will give you soemthing to kill the bacteria. That's not masking. That's curing. Medicine is working all the time to find new ways to kill the bacteria that overwhelm our immune systems, not...
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Re: Racist social events/situations in America

Kevin41 ·
Another picture of the racial landscape: FBI Probe Deepens Racial Split in Philly Mayor John Street gets polite applause when he talks about policy on the campaign trail these days. The big cheers come when he mentions the bug planted in his office by the FBI. In the two weeks since news broke that Street was a subject of a federal investigation, Philadelphia's second black mayor has sought to cast himself as a man being persecuted because of his race, and the message appears to be...
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Re: Comatose Woman Taken Off Feeding Tube

vdiamond ·
From what I've read - there was a $750,000 medical fund set aside for her rehabilitation. The husband refused to allow them to even attempt to rehabilitate her. Upon her death, he receives whatever is left of that fund. On two separate occasions - less than 9 months after she was awarded the money - the husband attempted to prevent doctors from treating infections that would've led to her death had they gone untreated. I don't know what her chances for any type of recovery are - but I do...
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Re: GHANAIAN WOMEN DEMANDING PROTECTION FROM VIOLENCE

Prophetessofrage ·
Sun Nubian here are additional articles revealing the barbarity African males exact against the African woman. Now anyone with COMMON SENSE knows they are so grateful for any help to alleviate brute conduct so I'm putting information out and requesting black women who are prayers to pray for these women and do what's in our individual and collective power to save them from the savagery of African males.
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Re: Stupid Emails

222 ·
FROM: MR KONAN NORBERT KOUAKOU. FROM: ABIDJAN COTE D I'VOIRE. EMAIL: k_konan25@libero.it DEAR, PERMIT ME TO INFORM YOU OF MY DESIRE OF GOING INTO A BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP WITH YOU.I KNOW YOU MIGHT BE SURPRISED ON RECEIVING THIS MAIL DEU TO WE HAVE NOT MET BEFORE. BUT I WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT I DID NOT GET YOUR CONTACT ADDRESS BY ACCIDENT BUT UNDER THE DEVINE DIRECTION OF GOD ALMIGHTY. I WAS INSTRUCTED BY A PASTOR OF A CHURCH TO FAST AND PRAY FOR THREE DAYS AND CONTACT THE FIRST PERSON I WILL...
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Re: Black Women vs. White women:SHOSHANNA JOHNSON VS. JESSICA LYNCH!

Prophetessofrage ·
KOLAFAN osted December 17, 2003 04:02 PM December 17, 2003 04:02 PM MEDIA EDIT ================================================ by Nafisa Goma Publicist for Kola Boof "Connie Chung humiliates Kola Boof" Why did the Ultra-conservative FOX NEWS confirm the Kola Boof story instead of CNN? During an interview with JANE magazine Kola Boof reveals several degrading experiences she's been put through by the mainstream media...a major one involving a racial insult hurled by superstar journalist...
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Re: Illegal Mexican immigrant who fought in Iraq facing deportation from US

ricardomath ·
https://www.africanamerica.org/groupee/forums?q=Y&a=tpc&s=60260642&f=79160213&m=716707001&p=2 Well Lofton, Consider this thread revived. It seems a better solution than the two of us continuing to spam the other thread with posts unrelated to the topic. You quote a paragraph from the story. Let me call your paragraph with another paragraph from the story, about somebody who, if I recall correctly, was one of the first US casualty of the war with Iraq, and raise you with a...
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Re: As you can See from my name Brand Clothing, I am not poor

mocove ·
...such as supporting the lebron james fund?
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Re: Hmmmmm....MARS or RACIAL EQUALITY.

Nmaginate ·
First, who are you talking to? Second, I agree with that but what you tend to say and emphasize, I think, shows where you heart is at. Words mean something both with what you say or don't... and HOW you say them.Could you explain the reasoning behind that question? What is "the problem of racial equality " by your estimation? Why would you propose or suppose that anyone thinks that money "solve" it as you seem to imply some in once-in-for-all type of measure? Is that realistic? Are you...
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Re: President, greeted by protestors, lays wreath at King tomb

EbonyRose ·
This is an update to yesterday's story. Bush's Atlanta visit marked by protests Wreath-laying ceremony part of a two-city swing into South ATLANTA, Georgia (CNN) --About 400 protesters lined the street across from the King Center in Atlanta as President Bush laid a wreath at the tomb of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. to commemorate the 75th birthday of slain civil rights leader Thursday. Carrying signs and chanting to rhythms pounded from conga drums, members of the crowd resisted efforts...
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Re: President, greeted by protestors, lays wreath at King tomb

Kevin41 ·
* A different version of the same article Throngs boo Bush at grave of MLK By LOUISE CHU Associated Press ATLANTA -- Kathy Nicholas had planned to pay quiet tribute Thursday at the tomb of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. So did President Bush. The scene was anything but quiet. Nicholas was among about 800 people who booed, chanted and beat drums near the typically placid grave site, angry that Bush was there on what would have been the slain civil rights leader's 75th birthday. The...
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Re: gender schools

NSpirit ·
Single-gender schools gaining favor, success By Massie Ritsch / Los Angeles Times LONG BEACH, Calif. -- As they sit separated by a hallway, the boys and girls of Jefferson Leadership Academies in Long Beach don't cite research to explain why they concentrate, learn and behave. And they don't care whether their public middle school violates federal law. Something about their school is working, they say. And if they took classes together, it wouldn't. "You can ask your teacher something...
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Re: Let's do some detective work - Walter Williams

Kweli4Real ·
I do not consider myself a neo-con, or a Federalist, but I do see a pragmatic use for Williams' Federalist position. I have long believed that the Federal government's powers have been and should be limited to providing for the people [of the nation] what the people [the States] are unable or unwilling to provide for themselves. The Federalist Papers advocate for a strict limiting of the Federal government to only those matters enumerated in the Constitution. Namely, providing for the common...
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Re: Sharpton Ponders Next Move

MBM ·
New York Daily News - The News Interview Wednesday, March 17th, 2004 Al Sharpton, who this week endorsed John Kerry but also said he will keep trying to win delegates, talks to the Editorial Board. Question: In the New York primary, you got just 8% of the total vote and lost the black vote to Kerry. That's not much. Answer: Unlike my other races in New York, I never opened an office, never ran an ad and didn't campaign in most of the districts because we had to cover 10 states in one day. We...
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Re: NEA Calls for Education Secretary Rod Paige to Resign

Kevin41 ·
**Conservatives are just racists who use politics to preserve historical white advantages in this country....... The Good News That the Thernstroms Neglected to Tell by Theodore Cross "Blacks attend college at a rate that is higher than it was for whites just two decades ago. But the good news ends there. The gap in academic achievement that we see today is actually worse than it was 15 years ago." "” No Excuses: Closing the Racial Gap in Learning by Abigail and Stephan Thernstrom Abigail...
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Re: Affirmative Action in Higher Education: Why Grutter Was Correctly Decided

Kevin41 ·
A little racist history in academia......for the unknowing ignorant, white-defender blacks...... The Leading Academic Racists of the Twentieth Century Editor's Note: The twentieth century produced a bounty of academic racists who openly declared the biological inferiority of black people. Many of them were generously funded by Wickliffe Draper's Pioneer Fund. by William H. Tucker Unfortunately, the term "racist" is invoked all too frequently and much too imprecisely, regularly applied to...
 
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