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Category Archive: educational apartheid

Jul 15 2014

BSLA’s 2014 First in the Family Humanist Scholars!

Elizabeth Hernandez

High dropout and push-out rates, mass incarceration, skyrocketing college fees, diminishing financial aid opportunities, lack of mentors, first in the family status:  these barriers to college access are especially acute for undocumented, homeless, foster care and LGBTQ youth of color. Black Skeptics Los Angeles proudly announces our 2014 First in the Family Humanist scholars and …

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Sep 18 2013

The War Against Black Children

kingdrew boys

  By Sikivu Hutchinson In a predominantly Black South L.A. continuation school class packed with eleventh and twelfth grade girls, only half want to go to college, few can name role models of color and virtually none have been exposed to literature by women of color.  Demonized as the most expendable of the expendable, Black …

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