Monday, February 27, 2006

Black, Brown, Beige and Undereducated.

Just as there is a change occurring with respect to the new image of Europe, a similar occurrence is going on here in the U.S. Europe by contrast, is becoming increasingly African and Arab. As such, the political reference point of the past – one of traditional unchallenged Anglo-Saxon province – no longer can exist. In The U.S. As the decades add up, we will be completely a country of darker shade peoples as well. However, unlike in Europe, where the Muslim, Arab and Africans merge their political interest under a well educated populous, they do and command the governments consider their views valid. We in the U.S just foggle away opportunity and disregard liberty. Shit, we probably don’t even understand the concept of Liberty.

The future seems even bleaker. I mean it is not like we should expect the government to do for us anyway. But rather it should be a view is that this is what we do for government and this is what we expect government performance to be based on that contribution. This will never happen because we aid in the degradation of our own community. If more than 50% of students drop out from high school generally, speaking, how many do you think will be coming from our schools in our neighborhoods? Take it a step farther, if 80 percent of high school drop outs end up in prison and 40 percent of all inmates are darker people, yet these people make only 13 percent of the population, what kind of educated populous will remain to do battle, represent and demand that what we put in we should get back?

I wonder how much money in our neighborhoods is loss as a result. How many more homes, books, cd’s, and service that we provide in dollar terms could we be making? We can see this yet we select to motion toward and support being other than educated.

We allow this to happen on our own and it’s a shame. Simply put until we are proactive in our thinking such that they reflect action, we will force all to value education regardless in the understanding that our kind were killed and maimed just for learning to read. We should value and internalize this image. We need a well-educated populous or else American in the future of us as the majority, will just be Black, Brown, Beige and under educated.

10 comments:

PAOLA said...

...Education right now is terrible, the schools don't even have anything interesting to keep the kids entertained and motivated to go. All the money goes to other less important things. Schools should be modern and each student should have a computer at their desk by now. it's 2006 and schools still look like they did 30 yrs ago or more. Who wants to stay in these prison looking education classes? Not the Brown or the Beige. Let's not even get into teachers, they just show up to get paid..

Mizrepresent said...

True Dat paola,

and big ups Torrence...checking out your blog...and liking it...thanks for checking me out....although i go by MIzzzzz...you hear me. I'm going to read a little bit more to see where your head is at...but so far, so good.

Torrance Stephens bka All-Mi-T said...

2 MIz some would say that there is a thin line between brilliance and insanity so i let others decide where i am

Love said...

Poala, I think that you have overlooked the most relevant aspect of the education. I do not point any fingers at anyone before first pointing them at myself. I do not think that it is any educational service provider’s responsibility to ensure that my child receives proper education….that is my job. See, for each child that I have, they represent one person toward the population, at them all being different ages, I can not expect that the schools will teach them all that is essential for them to know to stay out of jail or not drop out of school. While Ms. Jackson is teaching my Jill about one thing, and she may have a valid teaching to enlighten my child, Mr. Smith, will not being teaching my Johnny the same thing, and in fact his teaching may discourage my child. The schools are social gatherings of influence. The major influence starts with you at home. Can you understand my position? That responsibility falls down on the parents…parenting is NO JOKE…not a game at all, rather a scientific experiment, you hope all goes well…sometimes, it goes well all the way to the end and then blows up in yo face.

2dabone said...

I feel paola. It's about time that the school system take a serious look at the conditions that provide a strong sense of motivation and morale for our people of color. But what the hell am I saying? That would go against the whole destructive plan to keep us in check. What we really need to do is stop spending so much damn paper on bullshit, i.e clothes and shoes and buy our kids computers to be educated at home and abroad. Expose them to info and then see a true change.

8-Rock said...

Good points, but I have to say that the Brothas and Sistas I know who live in Europe have a lot less political power than we have here. Many cannot even vote because in most EUropean countries, it is not even to have been born in that nation. You actually have to have a Freench/German/English/Belgian parent. Hence the riots in France a couple summers ago.

The difference to me is that Black and Brown people in Europe have not internalized the notion that they can't learn or succeed in education, an internalized fallacy that is killing U.S. Black and Latino communities.

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