Liberals are hindering Black People Throughout the US. Liberal politicians have gone out of their way to ‘help’ black Americans by preventing them from being able to go to charter schools and receive educational vouchers. This just points out the hypocrisy that Liberals are always spouting.
Liberals say they are pro-education but apparently only for non-black children as they fight against Educational programs. These anti-education decisions have dire consequences as Black children need schools. Without a chance for an education, they are susceptible to gangs and have a tougher road ahead of them, from the jobs that are available to them or the choices they may make due to their lack of education.
Parents of black children are pro-charter school and educational voucher yet the politicians who claim to be their greatest advocates are working against them.
Liberals need to wake up and understand that children need education regardless of race. They need to start listening to their constituents.
Watch. This is not a new issue.
As Reported By Walter E. Williams with Daily Signal.
Black people are the major victims of the grossly rotten education in our big-city schools. The average black 12th-grader can read, write, and compute no better than a white seventh- or eighth-grader.
Many black parents want better and safer schools for their children. According to a 2015 survey of black parents, 72 percent “favor public charter schools, and 70 percent favor a system that would create vouchers parents could use to cover tuition for those who want to enroll their children in a private or parochial school.”
Black politicians and civil rights organizations fight tooth and nail against charter schools and education vouchers.
Why? The National Education Association sees charters and vouchers as a threat to its education monopoly. It is able to use black politicians and civil rights organizations as stalking horses in its fight to protect its education monopoly.
The Davis-Bacon Act of 1931 was the nation’s first federally mandated minimum wage law.