Black People : Law made for us being broken and forgotten

Discussion in 'Black People Open Forum' started by dustyelbow, Jul 12, 2007.

  1. dustyelbow

    dustyelbow Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Teachers learn how to break stereotypes


    And GREATER SOCIETY love to mention or demonstrate how "WE are CRIMINAL" and 'NATURAL' LAW BREAKERS....

    Another EXAMPLE why DIVERSITY is a COMPLETE SHAM....

    This is a KEEPER....

    That's the NATION at WORK....


    Oh well.
     
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    oldiesman Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    are you surprised at this?...i'm not.
     
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    Its because they feel its a threat to them as teachars and human beings if African students wanted to know more about their true own history. Needless to say they might not do a good job teaching it but it might instill some interest in the students to study on their own about that subject.
     
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    Not only do they feel it is a threat to them, but also, at the same time, these Teachers are struggling their behinds off to get Students to pass the State Examinations (in Florida, FCAT). This is what is brought up in most Meetings, not the fact that Our-Story is not being taught the way the State says it should be.

    That's the State of Florida at work.

    MK
     
  5. dustyelbow

    dustyelbow Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    No I am just trying to get those LAWYERS about us (BLACK PEOPLE) to USE their POWERS to SUE the STATE (LAWFULLY) and in the PROCESS inspire young BLACK MALES instead of PREPARING US to GET READY to JAIL at the the DISCRECTION of RUTHLESS WHITE SUPERIORS in GOVERNMENT and BUSINESS.

    They have all this LEARNING and they CHARGE the SAME HIGH ROBBERY RATE white lawyers CHARGE.

    Right now our COMMUNITIES cannot AFFORD that.

    This is TIME to get back on TRACK.
     
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    A lot of that is due to the pressure on teachers from the state mandated tests.

    That's EVERY state at work that has a mandated test.

    Teachers struggle to "teach to the test" and cover the other curriculum, no matter what it is, in a grading period.
     
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    Exactly what laws that were meant for us havn't they broken.
     
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