Focus On: Civil Rights
Civil Rights Office Expands Its Reach Into Schools
Agency expands scope and number of reviews
By Lesli A. Maxwell
In the 21 months since U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan stood on an iconic bridge in Selma, Ala., and pledged to aggressively combat discrimination in the nation’s schools, federal education officials have launched dozens of new probes in school districts and states that reach into civil rights issues that previously received little, if any, scrutiny.
The office for civil rights in the U.S. Department of Education has opened 74 “compliance reviews” in states, school districts, and higher education institutions since March 2010. That’s when Mr. Duncan used the occasion of the 45th anniversary of “Bloody Sunday”—the day peaceful civil rights demonstrators were bludgeoned by Alabama state troopers on Selma’s Edmund Pettus Bridge—to announce his promise to reinvigorate the civil rights office.
For the first time in its history, the OCR is examining graduation rates at a community college.
I was watching A Tale of Two Cities on TCM while writing above. No doubt, a film and channel that Arne Duncan, Holder and Hussein will ban.
“Before You Go” by OK Sweetheart is a song with clips of White people in The White Cinema, TWC.
It’s our song, the White People’s Song. Not Arne Duncan’s Song of Terror against White People that he preached from the bridge in Selma. A Tale of Two Cities shows the French Terror was worse than the injustices of some of the aristocrats. The Whites were capable of greater sacrifice than the other races. Scrooge by Dickens has the same message.
The White Race is now up on the Cross and the Holder, Hussein, Duncan gang means us to never come off that Cross until we are dead and can’t rise again. Killing Christmas and making it a celebration of their hatred of us is part of that.