Kansas Milestone Disputed

Alternative perspective on an important anniversary questions logic of many legal minds and crusaders. Checkit:

64 Years After Brown v. Board of Education, Integration Has Not Helped Black People

Today, May 17, marks the 64th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education (1954), an event many have called a watershed moment in civil rights. On this day, more than six decades ago, the U.S. Supreme Court held that "separate but equal" facilities, as had been decided by Plessy v.


  1. And blacks have done absolutely nothing to help themselves.

  2. ^^^ Millionaire?

    Doubt it.

    Probably just some bitter, broke, guy trying to make himself feel better and denying reality.

  3. ^^^ Yeah, but you're probably not a millionaire either.

    Good article.

    Dumb comments.

  4. Pulling up your boot straps makes you an uncle Tom. Their culture defeats many. Who's fault is that ?

  5. ^^^ You obviously have never been to the white ghettos of KC. So many rubes there that it will make you doubt your racism.

    And yes, they are violent as f*uck.

  6. Black people haven't exactly done anything to help themselves either.

  7. The Supreme court gave minorities the opportunity to mainstream with majority races and the blacks ran the whites out of the schools. They took over the districts and the curriculum and the money and ruined it. I bristle when I hear about white flight. The blacks came in and reduced the quality of education and now they don't even go to school from Kindergarten through senior year of high school, they drop out.
    But you better pay them equal to a white person with a college degree or Masters degree.
    And they accomplished it on only 64 years.


Post a Comment


Be percipient, be nice. Don't be a spammer. BE WELL!!!

- The Management