Tag Archives: Asa Hilliard

To Accuse Or Suspect (Vol 1)

To accuse or suspect I was listening to genesisradio this Sunday, and sadly, the presenter did not seem to get it! He, with his caller, spoke about reparations; they claimed that people need to be educated about our experience; that … Continue reading

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Mode 1.1 (an analysis of racist thought patterns)

Earlier today, we received a letter confirming an “occupational therapy” appointment, and apparently, we should be delighted, and yet, far from it, we are not, as it is simply another example of “professionals” operating through racist thought, however, what do … Continue reading

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Asa G. Hilliard III | The State of African Education

Originally posted on The New Liberator:
American Educational Research Association Plenary Presentation  Commission on Research in Black Education  April, 2000  New Orleans, LA It took Lerone Bennett several decades to write his newest book, Forced Into Glory: Abraham Lincoln’s White…

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