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Yesterday the NYTimes ran an interesting Op-Ed piece on Charter Schools by Charles Murray entitled, “Why Charter Schools Fail the Test.” I read through it quickly and thought it to be arguing two main things: standardized tests were weak measures and that school choice was a democratic right. Sounds agreeable, right? But why was this written by Charles Murray author of the thinly veiled racist polemic The Bell Curve?

Originally published at The Atlanta Post The internet is a funny thing and Twitter is a funny place. I find […]

Unless you have been in hiding, you have noticed the Census 2010 is in full swing now. From rapping commercials […]

“Fire Toure!” is a call being made from many corners these days, but I’m not sure I can go that […]

On February 10th, I had the pleasure of joining an esteemed set of scholars for the 143rd Founder’s Day Symposium […]

“Traditionally, in American society, it is the members of the oppressed, objectified groups who are expected to stretch out and […]

This morning I woke to #RIPBIGPUN as a trending topic on twitter and was conflicted about bigging up Pun. Pun […]

BHC: Women as Leaders

February 2, 2010 · 0 Comments

Today’s BHC (Black History-Contemporary) speaks to the position of Women, leadership, and racial uplift. Undoutedbly we are accustomed to hearing Black HIStory but there […]