Where Is Outrage for Systemic Racism?

Where is the outrage for this?

The New Jim Crow

Where is the outrage for this?

Incarceration is not an equal opportunity punishment

Incarceration Rates by Race and Ethnicity, 2010

Where is the outrage for this?

Revealing New Truths About Our Nation’s Schools

Where is the outrage for this?

A Generation Later: What We’ve Learned about Zero Tolerance in Schools

Where is the outrage for this?

The Long-Term Effects of Moving to Opportunity on Youth Outcomes

Where is the outrage for this?

Housing Costs, Zoning, and Access to High-Scoring Schools

Where is the outrage for this?

A Rotting Apple

And thus …

7 comments

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  2. swo8

    It’s interesting to see the outrage that this is causing. It is a good thing that it has happened. Time to take a stand.
    Leslie

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  4. Willy Nilly

    I am often engaged in similar discussion. The critical paths we must attend to are left to chance as we rail against issues and people with such lynch mob mentality you’d think the only sin was the one the lynched person committed. Okay, it wasn’t cool. It wasn’t responsible. It didn’t show strong character. But, every paid informant that meted out their idea of proper lynching, drawing and quartering is probably more vile and vain than the person they wish to hang. Yes, where is the justice? Where is the outrage that there is no justice? And where is the outrage that we’ve turned over parenting and education to good idea fairies that don’t have children victimized by a failed public education system. The system is pregnant with good ideas and nothing that supports real learning, knowing, and doing. But I digress. You did succeed it getting me to rant a bit. Good on you, friend!

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