http://www.debatepolitics.com/genera...post1063334973 (The Case for Reparations)
http://www.debatepolitics.com/genera...post1063362783 (No Racism Here, Move Along[W:165])
http://www.debatepolitics.com/academ...post1063330928 (How to win at collegiate debate: pull the race card.)
Can't forget Empirica..
http://www.debatepolitics.com/academ...post1063280158 (Harvard plans 'mandatory power and privilege training' for poli-sci students)
there's more....lemme know
What you claimed is that many black people had given up trying to succeed. If a poor outcome for a group proved that they had given up on success, then the poor outcomes for young adults would prove that young adults have given up on success, which I know you don't believe. It's clear that you have certain beliefs about black people that you use complicated rationalizations to support. Yet, you don't apply those same rationalizations to other groups.
So please, provide proof for your claim that many black people have given up on trying to succeed.
And yet when it comes to wages, Blacks have NOT been "on their way"....or for that matter White women:
So just what are you basing your argument on?
I am for people having equal access, opportunity and the elimination of all barriers to improvement.Are you not for people doing for themselves.
when you say: "Politicians and talking heads should not affect how one lives."Where did I say laws should not have been made?
I think we need laws to end discrimination and inequality in the workplace, lending, education.....Do you think we need more laws to assist African Americans?