Thanks Kaywil! “Why aren’t African-Americans achieving all that they could?…His conclusion was that hardworking black and Hispanic children, unlike non-Hispanic white kids, lost friends if they studied hard.”
Thanks teachergirl! “Many people know that Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama’s father was from Kenya and his mother from Kansas…It appears that forebears of his white mother owned slaves, according to genealogical research and census record
Thanks Kyla! “His termination came after a Wednesday meeting in which staffers discussed a lack of racial diversity in the paper’s hiring…Blum responded to concerns in a way some may have construed as offensive or dismissive.”
Thanks Kyla! “Aides to Mrs. Clinton dismissed suggestions that they were following Mr. Obama, but members of Congress traveling to Selma said they were encouraged by her allies to attend her speech, not his.”
Thanks teachergirl! “A high school divided students by ethnicity for separate pep talks on boosting test scores… also held separate assemblies for white and Hispanic students, stirring accusations of segregation from some students’ parents.”
Thanks ananser! “The 250,000-member Cherokee Nation will vote in a special election today whether to override a 141-year-old treaty and change the tribal constitution to bar “freedmen,” the descendants of former tribal slaves, from being members of the so
Thanks Kimberly! “A sorority at Depauw University is being accused of discrimination after officers of the Delta Zeta sorority asked 23 members to leave the group. The members who were asked to leave…are minorities or could be considered overweight”
Thanks Rob! “Step aside, Superman. The Eiteljorg Museum in Indianapolis is hosting a one-day program on “Native American Portrayals in Comics.” From Turok to Tribal Force, BIG CHIEF WAHOO to SCALPED, the spotlight will shine on seven decades of Indians in
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