Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on the Fitzgerald Griffin Foundation website. ALEXANDRIA, VA — When it comes to “diversity,” American colleges and universities are eager to embrace differences in race, ethnic background, religion,…
Articles By: Allan C. Brownfield
Obama Administration Shuns Poor
President Obama frequently discusses his commitment to quality education for all American children but the administration’s action with regard to the successful voucher program in Washington, D.C., holds this commitment open to question.
Weather Underground History Restored
Many Americans have forgotten the violence that shook our society in the l960s and l970s at the hands of the Weather Underground and other radical organizations.
The NAACP at 100
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
celebrated its l00th birthday on February 12.
Are There Any Limits on Bad Behavior?
We have entered a strange new era. Failing businesses – whether financial or industrial – are bailed out by taxpayers, and individuals who took loans they could not afford are subsidized by those who lived within their means.