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Trump Double talking at the second state of the Union Address

      For over eighty minutes, President Trump preached to the American public and legislators with lofty words, which made you think, that he is a leader with integrity. Our president has made some mistakes, but based on his second State of the Union Address, he has seen the light. He now believes by working with a bipartisan collaborative team, the divisions in the country will suddenly disappear. ...

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“White Privilege” – MSD

“White Privilege” – MSD ...

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#FirstThem Movement Highlights White Predators

     Producer Harvey Weinstein is currently fighting charges of sexual assault and recent documentaries have revisited decades-old allegations against singers R. Kelly and the late Michael Jackson. ...

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Politics Over Morals

Politics Over Morals ...

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Blackface Polictics

Blackface Polictics ...

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Governor Northam Starts Black History Month with Photo of Blackface

     When the Republicans are calling for a Democratic governor to step down from his office because of a racist photo, something must be horrific and shocking. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam during Black History month (February 2nd, 2019) acknowledged that a photo in his 1984 Eastern Virginia Medical College yearbook was him dressed in a KKK outfit or blackface. ...

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A Dream Deferred is the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) just another Elusive Dream?

     Parents must get engaged to hold legislators and educators accountable for their ESSA State Plans. Parents must also hold themselves accountable in prioritizing the education of our children. Research shows that just one year with a bad teacher can put a child three years behind. Now, think about what happens after years of neglect and lack of advocacy. ...

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For Black Children, attending School is an act of Racial Justice

In the 2015-16 school year, Black boys made up 8 percent of public-school enrollment, but they were 25 percent of the boys suspended out of school. Black girls were 8 percent of enrollment, but 14 percent of the girls suspended out of school. While Black children are overrepresented in practices that exclude or remove students from school, White children are underrepresented. Such data are clear evidence th ...

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What More Can Be Done Under ESSA to Support Highly Qualified Teachers

     Teacher concerns transformed into organized protests when, in early 2018, the West Virginia teacher’s strike made headlines, lasting over 2 weeks. Local education activists and teacher advocates forced the state legislature to address many of their concerns through the statewide strike. Afterwards, teachers returned to their classrooms with a 5 percent pay raise. ...

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Legal Double Standards Keep Us In Shackles

Legal Double Standards Keep Us In Shackles ...

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