Archive for August 2010

Where Is Black America?

In 2010, where is Black America?  Are we better off?  It’s the best of times and the worse of times, a double tale of one people. American politics has fooled Black America.  Historically Black America has been in a constant state of proof of worthiness of American citizenry fromt he days of slavery, that peculiar... Read more »

Who Lost?

The case of Rod Blagojevich has been like a reality show.  The political drama keeps you on the edge of your seat. Guilty or not guilty?  Who won? Who Lost?   The jury got hung.  ONe juror could not be swayed and consequently the government was really the big looser.  Rod was half guilty on... Read more »

New Admissions at City Colleges

The City Colleges of Chicago is changing its admission policy.  The policy has been to admit all adults without standard over 18 years old.  In doing so, the system finds itself serving remedial students at the tune of $30 million per year. With a new policy in place, students would be required to be at... Read more »
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New Admissions at City Colleges

The City Colleges of Chicago is changing its admission policy.  The policy has been to admit all adults without standard over 18 years old.  In doing so, the system finds itself serving remedial students at the tune of $30 million per year. With a new policy in place, students would be required to be at... Read more »