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Milwaukee K-12 Teachers Offered College Credit to ‘Heal’ Their ‘Racism’

Raymond, (Ret) Wrote: Jan 26, 2013 10:48 AM
The plight of blacks in this country today is far more a consequence of a victimization, you owe me culture encouraged and exploited by Liberals than it is to any real residual racism. If Democrats could solicit continued black support by listing all of the ways in which their lives are now better for having supported Democrats in the past they would surely do so. The fact that they do not is evidence that they cannot. Instead they persist in the same old tactic that blacks must support Democrats because of their unfair lot in life despite their support for Democrats over the last 50 or so years to rectify that very thing.
Anonymous10152 Wrote: Jan 26, 2013 11:35 AM
"The plight of blacks in this country today is far more a consequence of a victimization, you owe me culture encouraged and exploited by Liberals than it is to any real residual racism."

Actually, blacks today are the victims of deliberate and orchestrated racism. However it's not "redneck" racism. Blacks are the victims of LIBERAL RACISM. Liberal racism says, you are not capable of succeeding in life without me and my liberal policies. Liberals are intent on putting in place policies to keep minorties oppressed and then they tell those some minorities it's someone elses fault and the need their liberal masters to fix the problem which the liberal masters deliberately put inplace to keep the minorities oppressed.

The Milwaukee Teachers Education Association is distributing a flyer to its members, encouraging them to attend a series of “Healing Racism Workshops,” EAGnews.org reported exclusively.

Held over eight Wednesdays at the First Unitarian Society, the sessions will allow educators to receive graduate school credit through Madison’s Edgewood College.

In most school districts, more graduate school credits equate to more pay for teachers.

The flyer reads:

“We have all ‘been assigned a race by America’s pervasive socialization process.’ (Learning To Be White, Thandeka) This racial conditioning permeates the fabric of our inter-personal and inter-group relations, taking...