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Originally posted by Bunnyahh Bunnyahh wrote:

Originally posted by EPITOME EPITOME wrote:

Originally posted by keepgrowing keepgrowing wrote:

For him to say that it is single parent homes at the center of why blacks and hispanics are doing poorly is ridiculous. It is a complicated issue. Black kids are continuously shafted and told they are either not good enough either indirectly or directly. Texas local channel used to show statistics of how students were doing in the community based on race and black kids were the last every damn time. When the whole damn country has low expectations for you it is very discouraging. 

Also whites and asians have a way better network and system. They help each other out and give each other notes and test material questions. They have a great cheating network going on. All the black students at my school got there on their own accord with stellar grades.

So if he wants to generalize, he should say whites and asians cheat their way up to the top.

idk if that is nec. true. or are black ppl not taught how to network or use the system
i know this black trauma surgeon who said whenever a black resident came through he would tell them call me before you take this and this exam...is it for matching idk...he said in all of his years only one person called him.  he said he couldn't tell them...hey im on the board that asks you the questions and i know what they will ask you and what you need to say.  i might even be in the room. the one person who called him is now a surgeon.

we also talked about bc "we" always have to prove ourselves, we do a lot. he was like "all these white kids doing this you think they're studying? no. they're doing it the way their dads and their grandads did it and have the answers and make it work."  he was like "i always asked. always. in order to figure out how ppl who were where i wanted to be, did it."

"we" have a harder time 1. asking for help/hook up especially when it is from whites bc we're scared and distrustful and don't utilize our networks as much as we could.
we had a thread on the bolded & most said they didn't like asking questions, raising their hand, or staying after class cuz it was embarassing to stick out & their pride just wanted them to blend inThumbs Down


oh did we? it's hard imo. i've always raised my hand and spoken in class but one on one with professors have always made me nervous depending on the professor. and networking can be tough. it's like going on a date. you have to smile, make jokes, find common ground, etc.
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Originally posted by jonesable jonesable wrote:

Originally posted by Bunnyahh Bunnyahh wrote:

Originally posted by jonesable jonesable wrote:

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just admit itSleepy


I don't know why you think I'd be harder seed to admit a truth.

That is a fact Bunny.
Ppl confuse SES for race factors all the time.

Research it

This is not a personal statement this is something I've learned through research and study
Guurrrll, I'm not disagreeing with you on the SES, I concurLOL
 
what you aint admitting is ur superstition about being on the bottom.   You do it all the time, nothing is bad about the bottom & dont give me the bs about double posting again.  I'm not buying it.   Come to the light jonesyYing Yang
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<--- Grew up in a single parent household.
<----Does absolutely fine in school.

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Huh? Bunny what are you saying?
What's this bottom business I was denying?
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Originally posted by Bunnyahh Bunnyahh wrote:

Originally posted by jonesable jonesable wrote:

Originally posted by Bunnyahh Bunnyahh wrote:

Originally posted by jonesable jonesable wrote:

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jones....Ermm
 

just admit itSleepy


I don't know why you think I'd be harder seed to admit a truth.

That is a fact Bunny.
Ppl confuse SES for race factors all the time.

Research it

This is not a personal statement this is something I've learned through research and study
Guurrrll, I'm not disagreeing with you on the SES, I concurLOL
 
what you aint admitting is ur superstition about being on the bottom.   You do it all the time, nothing is bad about the bottom & dont give me the bs about double posting again.  I'm not buying it.   Come to the light jonesyYing Yang


that is why you stay quoting her empty posts?
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i grew up in a 2 parent home and i still didn't come out great.minus the music stuff that i didnt have support with,school n everything else i failed at or didnt care for growing up
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Originally posted by Rumbera Rumbera wrote:

I think young black students are judged before they get into the classroom.
 
And if you have parents that don't give a damn or are working hard to provide they can get left behind.
You couldn't be more right.
Im doing training to become a math teacher at a high need school. One of the topics we discussed at our last meeting was exactly this. Many of these students are deemed to be of lower intellect at the beginning of the school year. In return, teachers subconsciously give them less attention, don't help them as much, and generally don't care about them as much as they do the students that they deem to have high intellect. These students, in return, perform worse.  We watched/ read about many psychological studies on this, it was interesting.


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Lol oh Bunny .

I typed the exact same thing but I meant to quote Derri.
So I edited it and quoted Derri and it landedthe next page.
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Originally posted by jonesable jonesable wrote:

Huh? Bunny what are you saying?
What's this bottom business I was denying?
it is sooooo minor, It feels petty even bringing it up.  but all the time when ur post is at the bottom of a page, u edit it out, put a period, then post ur comment on the next page.  It's like a superstition or something.  kind of OCDish.  That's why I was saying, its ok to post at the bottom, the world will be fine with it
 
 
 
 
Can any of jonesy's RT peeps confirm or deny this.  I can't be the only one who sees it
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