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1. School Choice: Do the Claims Stand Up to Research?
January 01, 2018

The idea that parents should have the right to remove their children from low-performing schools and enroll them in high-performing schools is the brainchild of Milton Friedman, a Nobel Laureate in economics. Friedman's idea is quite simple. If there was real competition for students by schools, quality would improve. It is this way in business. Why not in schools as well. The argument rests on two factors. 1) The definition of school performance and the measurement used to determine performance. 2) That competition is, indeed, a factor in school performance. On both these counts, the school c... (read more)

Author: Roger Lewis Fischel

2. Educational Standards and the Ironic Distance
December 28, 2017

Standards in education create what Slavoj Žyžek calls an ironic distance. One can think of this as a law that is ignored by all including the enforcers of that law. Another way to think about the ironic distance is as a social policy that is accepted by all but denied in practice. The former evokes visions of highway speed limits that are routinely ignored by motorists and only sporadically enforced by the police. The latter brings to mind blatant racism in a nation that claims it has extraordinary civil rights laws on the books. Finally, one might think of ironic distance as the religious lea... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

3. In France's Wine Capital, One Man Confronts the City’s Darker Past
November 29, 2016

France’s southwestern city of Bordeaux is best known as a global wine capital, but it was once involved in much grimmer commerce, as France’s second-largest slave trading port. Unlike in some other former slave-trading hubs, there is no massive memorial marking this bleak history, the city has deemed it too costly. But amid rising fears of racism and xenophobia across Europe, Lisa Bryant reports for VOA on a man with a mission to shed more light on the past.... (read more)

4. ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ Tackles Bigotry, Racism
November 19, 2016

If you are a Harry Potter fan, you may be disappointed with the new Potter prequel, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Then again, you may be disappointed if you are not a Harry Potter fan. There are pros and cons to the film: David Yates, a veteran Harry Potter filmmaker, recreates the magical world we came to love in the Harry Potter franchise, but without its iconic characters.  Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling penned the screenplay around the magical society of New York...... (read more)

5. US: Anti-Nazi Resolution at UN Restricts Free Speech
November 17, 2016

The United States was one of three countries to vote against a U.N. resolution condemning the glorification of Nazism on Thursday, citing freedom of speech issues and concerns Russia was using it to carry out political attacks against its neighbors. The resolution entitled “Combating glorification of Nazism, Neo-Nazism and other practices that contribute to fueling contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance,” was approved by the U.N.'s...... (read more)

6. High School Students Ponder Racism After Seeing Documentary
November 15, 2016

Recent interracial police shootings across the United States and the protests that followed have re-opened old wounds, and highlighted racial inequities in American society. Now, a documentary aimed primarily at young people attempts to open a dialogue on those issues. VOA's Jeff Custer spoke with one of the film's creators, as well as students who have seen the film.... (read more)

7. Paris Exhibit Explores US 'Color Line' Through Art
October 06, 2016

As record numbers of visitors flock to the new African-American history museum in Washington, another landmark exhibit has opened across the Atlantic, offering a stark and sometimes brutal take on racism in the United States through the lenses of black artists. Running until mid-January 2017 at the Quai Branly-Jacques Chirac Museum in Paris, "The Color Line" spans post-Civil War America through a stunning trove of 600 books, posters, paintings and video clips. They document the...... (read more)

8. FIFA Ending Racism Task Force Denounced as Shameful Betrayal
September 26, 2016

FIFA's abolition of its anti-racism task force was denounced as a shameful betrayal on Monday as the governing body went on the defensive to reaffirm its commitment to fighting discrimination. The Associated Press revealed Sunday that the anti-racism group was being dismantled after FIFA decided that its mission had been completed after three years. Kick It Out , English soccer's anti-discrimination organization, said it was "perplexed" by FIFA's decision, given...... (read more)

9. Lil Wayne: There's 'No Such Thing as Racism'
September 14, 2016

Lil Wayne says the racial makeup of the crowd at one of his shows was "clearly a message that there was no such thing as racism.' The rapper was asked Tuesday on Fox Sports' "Skip and Shannon: Undisputed' about a show in suburban New York where the crowd was mostly white. He said it was "a perfect example' that racism doesn't exist. Wayne says the crowd at his shows "has always been everybody.'   Wayne also touched on...... (read more)

10. For the First Time, Bill Cosby's Lawyers Claim Racism
September 09, 2016

Bill Cosby has long preached the gospel of personal responsibility to fellow blacks, irritating those who fault racism for holding the community back. But now lawyers for the 79-year-old comedian have suggested for the first time that racial bias is to blame as Cosby faces the prospect of 13 women testifying in court that he drugged and molested them. Twelve of them are white. Cosby's legal team raised the issue on the courthouse steps Tuesday after a hearing in his criminal sex...... (read more)

11. Racism Prevents US from Living Up to Ideals, UN Rights Expert Says
July 28, 2016

Racism, and social and economic inequality are keeping the United States from living up to its ideals, including the right to freedom of assembly and association, a U.N. human rights expert says. Special Rapporteur Maina Kiai reported on his 17-day trip to the U.S. Thursday, where he visited several large cities including Baltimore, Washington, New York and Philadelphia. "People have a good reason to be angry and frustrated at the moment," Kiai said. He said that while his fact-finding missions are not supposed to include issues of race, it was impossible to carry out his... (read more)

12. Israeli Parliament Passes Law That Could Unseat Arab Lawmakers
July 20, 2016

Israel’s parliament on Wednesday passed a law that enables members to impeach lawmakers who incite violence and racism, but critics fear it could be used to target Arab legislators. According to the law, any member “who incites racism or supports armed struggle against the state of Israel” could possibly be booted out of parliament. It passed by a narrow margin of 62 votes in favor to 47 votes against. When the law goes into effect, it will require the votes of 90 of parliament’s 120 members to impeach a lawmaker. The legislation, which is supported by Prime... (read more)

13. Dallas Shootings Reveal Deep Divides
July 08, 2016

Blue lives, black lives, all lives – in the aftermath of the Dallas police shooting at a Black Lives Matter protest that left five police officers dead, the debate over how we talk about racism, policing and the value of human life has only intensified. VOA’s Katherine Gypson talks to both sides to learn why this debate divides us.... (read more)

14. Romney: I Won't Vote for Trump
June 11, 2016

Former Republican U.S. presidential candidate Mitt Romney said he will not vote for this year's presumptive party nominee Donald Trump in November, citing the billionaire's racist and misogynistic remarks. "I don't see a president of the United States saying things which change the character of the generations of Americans that are following," Romney told CNN Friday. "Presidents have an impact on the nature of our nation and trickle-down racism and trickle-down bigotry and trickle-down misogyny – all of these things are extraordinarily dangerous to the he... (read more)

15. National Cathedral to Remove Confederate Flags
June 08, 2016

Two Confederate flags will be removed from two separate stained-glass windows at Washington National Cathedral, Cathedral representatives said Wednesday. The flags will be replaced with panes of plain glass on windows honoring Confederate Generals Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee. The removal of the flags is intended to start a discussion on racism and the legacy of slavery, "and instead of turning away from that question, the Cathedral has decided to lean into it," the Rev. Kelly Brown Douglas, a member of the task force that last week recommended removal of the flags said.... (read more)

16. House Speaker Disavows Trump Comments on Judge
June 07, 2016

U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan has disavowed a comment by presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump about the Mexican heritage of a judge in a class action suit against Trump University, saying the comment is "indefensible." Questioned Tuesday about Trump's comments, Ryan said "I regret those comments he made.  Claiming a person can't do their job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of racism."  But he did not retract his endorsement of Trump, made last week, and he said he does not believe Democratic challenger... (read more)

17. Aboriginal Superhero Makes Australian TV Debut
June 04, 2016

SYDNEY— Australia has its first Indigenous superhero.  Cleverman, a fantasy drama that has had its premiere on Australian television, blends Aboriginal mythology with modern superhuman style and cutting political commentary on racism and identity.  It is set in a near-future Australia where ancient creatures have re-emerged. “The international community has accused us of violating human rights but these creatures are not human.  We do not share the same DNA.  We do not know exactly what they are.  It has only reaffirmed this government’s commitment to... (read more)

18. Nigerian Student Targeted in Latest India Violence
May 27, 2016

A Nigerian student was assaulted with an iron rod in Southern India Thursday, barely a week after a Congolese student was beaten to death in New Delhi. Kazeem, a 23-year-old student of Nizam College whose last name has not been released, was beaten by a neighbor in Hyderbad after the two reportedly had a heated argument regarding a parking space. Though local police have ruled out racism as a motive, citing the parking disagreement instead, crime against Africans has been a persistent issue in India. The incident follows the killing of Masunda Kitada Oliver, a 23-year-old Congolese gr... (read more)

19. Chicago Police Plagued With Racism, Task Force Finds
April 13, 2016

The third-largest police department in the United States is plagued with racism and needs to make sweeping changes to win back trust in the community, according to a report released Wednesday. An independent panel appointed by Chicago's Mayor Rahm Emanuel found the city's police force does little to get rid of officers, and routine encounters unnecessarily turn deadly. The scathing report released by the Chicago Police Accountability Task Force said police in Chicago have "no regard for the sanctity of life when it comes to people of color.'' It found 74 percen... (read more)

20. Soul Music Great Charles Wright Drops Black History Month Bombshell "Up from Where We've Come"
February 06, 2016

New Book details a Historical Autobiography about the Racism and Hardship the Wright Family Faced as Sharecroppers Near Clarksdale, Mississippi Circa The '40s and early '50s. Los Angeles, CA, February 03, 2016 - Among the most profound new literary entries to be released this February in Black History Month is a bitter true to life tome from culturally conscious Rhythm & Blues legend Charles Wright, the singer/songwriter/guitarist best known for singing and composing '70s Soul smash “Express Yourself” still heard daily on radio, in movies and dozens of television commercials. The mu... (read more)

Author: Chip Schutzman

21. Super Prez and Global Warming Worriers Save Obama's Legacy, Our lives and the Planet?
December 22, 2015

Wow - is the only interjection or exclamatory to address the wonder of the Obama administration. An eighteen trillion dollar debt, the Obamacare nightmare, foreign policy failures galore, and the all new faux racism problem can be added to the worst moral decline in America’s history; all under the auspices of the Obama administration. Just, as his last year approaches, the dynamic duo of Obama and Kerry team up to save the very planet by means of a non-binding hugely expensive and totally un-enforceable climate change contract that has all the promise of a warhead, while under clo... (read more)

Author: Michael Bresciani

22. What Rebel Flags mean to Other People
November 06, 2015

There has been news that the confederate flags merchandise will be banned from being sold in stores because it has a negative connotation for people which have offended them according to some people. It can be remembered that the rebel flag was used as the flag of the Northern Virginia army and it has a negative meaning according to some, such as it, being a symbol of slavery. Some people felt disturbed as to why these designs are being sold because they thought that it is a racist image for them, something that celebrates racism rather than any other meaning. However, there are still some peo... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

23. Rebel Flags for All : Buy confederate flags wholesale
November 02, 2015

Although it is a highly controversial piece or symbol of culture, the rebel flag can still be regarded as one of the most iconic symbol ever produced in the history of the American culture. This is because it has been the symbol of the South rebel which is why many people have started to regard this also a symbol of racism, rather than supremacy. It has been actually pulled out of many stores because many people have found it really controversial which some of the biggest online shops found on the internet has pulled from their stocks. However, the good news is if you still want your own rebel... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

24. Why We May Never Stamp Out Racism
October 26, 2015

The scene in Paris where a black man was prevented from boarding a train on the Paris Metro by a number of Chelsea football supporters was proof that despite being 2015, very little has changed. A bystander at Richelieu-Drouot station recorded the event on his mobile phone, capturing the moment the rowdy supporters pushed the man named as Souleymane S., 33 years old, away as he tried to step off the platform and onto the train. They chanted, "we're racist, we're racist, and that's the way we like it". Overwhelmed and humiliated he gave up and walked away. In spirituality, and long co... (read more)

Author: Christopher Evans

25. How far did the confederate flag reach the Popular Culture?
October 07, 2015

Confederate flag is known for its historical significance in the world, mostly in the South American region. It has been a symbol of rebellion that traces back from the history. Although for a lot of people, including those who were old enough to know what the confederate flag really means in that era, the confederate or rebel flag was used to depict murderous bigotry. For people, it is a symbol of racism, because of its relation to the history in America that may have never been forgotten by some. Although it has been said to be something that has pure racism, people have already long forgott... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

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