If black public school administrators get accused and then convicted of stealing public school monies? If black teachers just show up for work to get a paycheck and fail to educate black children? If black social workers go along with more and more black single mothers etc. having more babies and getting bigger welfare checks--not get them counseling as regards effective birth control methods and/or family counseling as well--i. e,. whereas the male part of the equation takes on responsibility for what they helped to bring into our midst too? And if more black cops not be in true community/police relations programs etc.--but find themselves on the front lines during tense standoffs between fueding black spouses with weapons involved? Etc.? Can we fairly and honesty keep blaming what aills us as a people just on 'whitey/racism/the system'?? If on the other hand the call is, 'why prop up a failed system', then replace it with what, posters, etc.??? We can only talk so much: What we should do is the question I have yet to find that anybody here has answered yet, i. e., in terms of effective approaches, etc., as well as in terms of anything the typical person in my true midst would support... Anyway this is the subject I'd appreciate some feedback about as well... And thanks in advance!