I don’t think anyone thinks that things were fair years ago, but things are much better. I have seen children come from the worse neighborhoods I’m norwegian you can’t pronounce my last name shirt who’s parents have shown them that they are not victims. They take advantage of the opportunities and are successful. PS POC had the right to vote before women.
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U do realize black people have only had equal rights for a little over 50 years right? And u think all the disadvantages from slavery till then has just been erased in less than a generation? U can say move on slavery was 130 years ago but if u think there aren’t still long lasting effects from it, even today then ur a fool. Ur trying to speak specifically on slavery and don’t even acknowledge the fact black people still weren’t considered people or even equal till far more recently and there are still ramifications I’m norwegian you can’t pronounce my last name shirt that u don’t seem to want to see. I honestly don’t consider race when meeting someone. I teach in an inner-city school, the education offered to all students is equal. Those that put the effort into learning…
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Do. Those that don’t, don’t. Labeling yourself as a victim sets one up for failure. The difference I see in students is their parents attitude. Set your children up to be successful and they will be. Set them up to view themselves as victims that have no chance at being successful and they won’t be. I didn’t say anything about anyone being a victim. I pointed out real facts about our country’s history and they have educational, social, economic, political and all kinds of other impacts on our society. U might wanna study up some more too teach. U obviously forgot about the Jim Crow laws which took advantage of black people’s disadvantages and made it harder if not impossible for them to vote. I never said it’s not better, but why are so many inner city schools filled with black kids?