Black Education / Schools : discussion?

Discussion in 'Black Education / Schools' started by daroc, Nov 9, 2004.

  1. daroc

    daroc Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    when this forum originated i was happy... cuz i figured it would be a college versioin of the teen forum. but it has became more of a forum to put college info on than asnything esle, which is fine b/c info is needed. guess im just looking for more f a college discussion....... am i wrong to look for this?
     
  2. PurpleMoons

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    Hello Sister Daroc! :wave:

    Long time no read! Its nice to see you are still checkin in! No, it's not wrong for you to want some college dialog. Perhaps if you start a thread, then others will follow your lead. Set the pace Sister and let's see where it goes. :run:

    Again, Nice to see ya around! :wave:
     
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    Hey sister Daroc:

    I feel your frustration sister! However for the most part, the crowd at Destee is older (30s & up), and many of us have already graduated from college. Even those of us who are still going to school, they are "adult" students in graduate school. That experience is quite different than a 18-22 year old pursuing their BA/BS, joining frats, clubbin, etc. I'm afraid the demographic you are looking for is not dominant on this site, hopefully they will start to join in greater numbers!
     
  4. daroc

    daroc Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    thanks for yall coments... made me feel betta
     
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    We are hur Roc, we are just a few in number LOL
     
  6. daroc

    daroc Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    thnaks for lightenin the mood man
     
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    Whachoo wanna know, baby? Cause I got a BA and an MS, so I might be able to answer some questions for ya, dependin on the question. :kickball:
     
  8. panafrica

    panafrica Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I think sister daroc wants to know where the "party at" Gempis! :grin:
     
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    is it true that African Americans get benefits from affirmative action???
     
  10. PurpleMoons

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    Hello Sister Sinoping! Welcome to Destee!

    I would like to reverse that question, Has affirmative action benefited you in anyway? If so, How so? If not, Why not?

    Look forward to your response!
     
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