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Tuesday, December 1st, 2015 @ 12:24PM

Ward Connerly responds to Repeal 209 rhetoric

Properly educating children of color is the solution, not repealing Prop. 209 UC will admit well-prepared, qualified students of any “race” or ethnic background; all society must do is send them well-prepared, qualified applicants. In short, the solution is not the repeal of Proposition 209; it is better preparation. Click…

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Thursday, November 12th, 2015 @ 3:14PM

It’s Not a Lack of Black Teachers – It’s Disinterested Black Parents

Mychal Massie makes the case that the academic gap is about parents, not teachers. I cannot disagree. “Black underperformance in school is caused – foremost – by poor parenting. … Poverty does not explain observed [education] gaps…Young black children are exposed to much lower levels of cognitive and emotional stimulation…

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Friday, October 9th, 2015 @ 4:24PM

NightSide – Is UC-Berkeley Skirting The Law?

Ward Connerly is interviewed by Dan Rea on NightSide regarding the questionable legality of $20 mil in scholarships, “for blacks only.” Click here to jump over to NightSide, then click on the interview box.

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Friday, October 9th, 2015 @ 4:19PM

UC-Berkeley Makes Potentially Illegal End-Run Around Affirmative Action Ban

Ward Connerly weighs in on the UC Berkeley $20 mil scholarship fund “for blacks only,” in this article in the Independent Journal. Could this be illegal? We are looking into it. Click Here to read the

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Tuesday, October 6th, 2015 @ 2:21PM

Ward Connerly weighs in on $20 million initiative for Blacks only…

Ward Connerly expresses skepticism that the new scholarship program is legal. Because the University is involved in administration, it may violate Prop 209. UC Berkeley has long blamed Prop 209 for low black enrollment, perhaps they should look at the feeder system (K-12 schools) and ask why more blacks are…

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Tuesday, October 6th, 2015 @ 10:37AM

Will Cincinnati award contracts based on race?

Why are our elected officials still doing this???? Why do we still want to discriminate based on race? We the People generally think this is over, but look into local, state and federal government activities, and it is alive and well. Please read this thoughtful article by Ralph Kasarda at the…

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