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NASA Selects United Negro College Fund To Help Build Science Careers

There are 5 comments on the Holtville Tribune story from Dec 22, 2010, titled NASA Selects United Negro College Fund To Help Build Science Careers. In it, Holtville Tribune reports that:

NASA has selected the United Negro College Fund Special Programs Corp. of Falls Church, Va., to administer a $1 million career development and educational program designed to address the critical shortage of U.S. minority students in science and engineering fields.

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Roofis wit da gold toofis

Davenport, FL

#1 Dec 22, 2010
Why give them a dime? Blacks don't even believe man has been to the moon! das raht
ugly monkeys

Saint Paul, MN

#2 Dec 22, 2010
Blacks are better off pursuing fast food careers, let us be reasonable.
CoTToN BallZ

Japan

#3 Dec 22, 2010
Maybe these Negroes of ours think the moon really is made of cheese.

Free "gubmint" cheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeese...
amandacares

Rockport, TX

#5 Aug 26, 2012
While Falls Church Virginia fights for new Charter School, minority children sit on the side lines and all the kids suffer. NOW WE know why NASA is giving the monies for new charter school.

There are lots of minority children in Fairfax County.

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#6 Aug 26, 2012
You can't polish a turd, NASA.

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