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Teacher Tells Student Her Only Purpose is to “Have Sex and Have Children”

By Victor Trammell Today’s school teachers can be trained to say the evilest things in the presence of their students. In the U.S. state of Georgia, a public school teacher working in 2016 just recently spoke some words to a young black female student this month that were no different  than what a former slave […]

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Education Expert Explains Why Black Kids Should Be Homeschooled

By Victor Trammell There are many high-profile advocates for homeschooling black children, including non-black people who have demonstrated activism against societal institutions that function with systemic racism. One of those advocates is named Antonio Buehler (pictured). Buehler 38, is the founder and CEO of Buehler Education, a homeschool organization that also helps parents supplement the […]

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Chicago Public School District Threatens To Close Afrocentric School

By Victor Trammell Barbara A. Sizemore Academy, an African studies-themed school in Chicago, Illinois is facing the possibility of being closed by the Chicago area public school district. Barbara A. Sizemore Academy is a K-8 school and is one of the three campuses, which are part of the Betty Shabazz International Charter institution. The academy […]

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Federal Gov. to Stop Black Kids From Being Disproportionately Put in Special Ed

By Victor Trammell The White House is currently embarking on a mission to curb the rate that black children are placed in special education within the nation’s the public schools systems. Very recently, the U.S. Department of Education released a comprehensive proposal, which seeks to standardize the special education placement process, according to Education Week. […]

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SC Teacher Starts “Gentleman’s Club” To Mentor Young Boys

By Victor Trammell An elementary school teacher in Charleston, South Carolina is making the news for something very positive he is doing for a group of at-risk, predominantly black boys. According to Live 5 News, a local Charleston media channel, Memminger Elementary, a downtown primary school has a class called the Gentleman’s Club, which teaches […]

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Homeschool Mom Tells the Truth About Homeschooling

By: Krystle Crossman Laura Hanby Hudgens had never had a plan in mind to stop working and become a homeschool mother. She was planned on quitting her job as a high school teacher just until her child was old enough to go to school himself and then she would begin working again. This is not […]

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American Girl Has a New Doll – She’s black, From Civil Rights Era

By: Krystle Crossman American Girl has created dolls for years that little girls fall in love with. They come with clothing, furniture, and a back story. In honor of Black History Month, American Girl has announced the release of a brand new doll. She is African-American and her name is Melody Ellison. Her story dates […]

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Georgetown University To Address Racial Injustice, Hire More Black Faculty

By Victor Trammell Georgetown University in Washington D.C. recently made a honorable committment toward standing up against institutionalized racism and discrimination. According to The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, Georgetown’s president, Mr. John J. DiGioia just revealed a strategic plan to address issues of racism and discrimination that are affecting the student body at […]

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This School Held Anti-Gang Assembly But Only For Black Kids

By: Krystle Crossman Maumelle High School in Arkansas is under fire after a seemingly segregated and targeted assembly that was held recently. After the students entered school there was an announcement for all black freshmen students to report to the gym for an assembly on gang violence. A pastor was in the gym waiting for […]

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Will NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio’s $400 million School Renewal Program Work?

By: Krystle Crossman Urban Scholars Community School in South Bronx, NY has had a rough time. They were closed down once already due to lack of funding. They have since been reopened under the new name and have new leadership. One of the biggest problems however is that the children that attend the school come […]

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NYC School Administrator Explains How Segregation Lives On

By Victor Trammell Racial segregation in U.S. public school systems was an ugly injustice performed by Jim Crow architects who placed a permanent stain on the historical image of this nation. One would think that after the passage of various federal bills, such as the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that America has tried to […]

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Kids in NYC’s Top Charter Schools Wet Themselves Due To Pressure To Perform

By: Krystle Crossman School can be a very stressful environment. Kids have the pressure to fit in with the crowd, make friends, manage their time wisely, follow a schedule, and most importantly, get good grades. Some schools seem to put a lot more pressure on kids these days when it comes to testing and in […]

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