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Harvard Students Fail the Literacy Test Louisiana Used to Suppress the Black Vote in 1964

Harvard Students Fail the Literacy Test Louisiana Used to Suppress the Black Vote in 1964

I am surprised by the number of individuals who are actually shocked by this article?  Why is that? Consider the possibility: As  Americans living within the U.S. could we actually live in a biased society? Centered on Angelo culture and beliefs, possibly designed to cater and enhance the attributes of White Angelo Americans?

What do you think: Do Americans living within the the U.S have a greater tendency to ore judge; selecting such factors as economic status or race as their possible reference when making these assessments?

Have you ever considered you personally may have these tendencies; prejudging on the basics of  basis of color/race? Could we as a nation possibly influence educators, as well as community leaders to change their opinions?

Speak out and let your voice be heard!


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