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Where Did Black Parents Go Right?

Steven668 Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 2:55 AM
"Maybe it’s time to stop looking for “fresh” solution, and directing more folks to the old solution that is actually working." But...if a readily available solution that works becomes the accepted norm, how will the Eminent Sociologists and Esteemed Professors justify funding for their Eternal Search for the Ultimate Root Cause? Not to mention the ruin that would befall the criminal trial lawyers and social activists.
ILuvDisLand Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 3:48 AM
that is precisely why our children will continue to be lured away from our positive influences, the greedy ones will not relinquish their positions at the cost of our country's future. Selfish bas---ds

I remember sitting at the dinner table with my parents at 8 years old. During that season, the “no elbows on the table” rule was in full force. In addition, my mother constantly chided me for using slang as opposed to proper English. Those 3-4 years seemed like hell on earth, Nonetheless, years later, I could trace my success in school to my family dinner table and a few great teachers. My parents always said, “For a black man to do half as well, he must be twice as good!” For them, education was almost a “sacred privilege” which had been...