Monthly Archives: August 2012

Has the spirit and intent of Brown v. Board of Education been achieved in urban schools today?

As someone who is a direct beneficiary of the larger efforts of the Civil Rights Movement and the subsequent Brown v. Board of Education decision I find no pleasure in stating that I feel neither the spirit nor the intent … Continue reading

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Symbolism vs Substance

In one of my evening strolls the thought of symbolism kept coming to mind. I guess more so now that it’s political season (not that it ever ends) and we are faced with the proposition of reelecting Barack Obama. Now … Continue reading

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