RIP Conversation: White Supremacy (Current Events (Charlottesville (Hate…
RIP Conversation: White Supremacy
White schools received more school funding than black schools“As late as 1910, the eleven southern states spent an average of $9.45 for each white public school student and $2.90 for each black child.
White supremacy - Charlottesville was to “asserting the legitimacy of ‘white culture’ and white supremacy”
graduation rate of 67 percent compared to the national average of 80 percent (Camera).
One of these privileges that are taken for granted is education. Minorities fight to have an education, and many still don’t have the opportunity to education. Racial divide in academics has is not new and has been an important topic today, causing for people to speak out and bring awareness to this problem.
blacks were being oppressed and had to do anything possible to gain the privilege of education by giving us factual information in an efficient and chronological way.
Hate speech and 1st amendment rights
push by current gov to take funding from public schools
Reducing voting rights
Revisions of K-12 history textbooks to soften history of slavery (ie calling the slaves “immigrants”) Look here:
Categorized as inferior because of background and neglected
Why is this important, Why should college students care?
Stepping into the "real world" after college
Will face White supremacy at one point so they should prepare
Important because it is happening NOW and effecting them and those around them.