Black Colleges Face Whiteout

Black Colleges Face Whiteout

There are 1970 comments on the www.blackagendareport.com story from Dec 12, 2008, titled Black Colleges Face Whiteout. In it, www.blackagendareport.com reports that:

White Georgia politicians want to force two historically Black universities to merge with white schools, to reduce "duplicative" costs and end a "legacy of segregation. "When a Georgia Republican goes on a crusade against the vestiges of Jim Crow, it's time to watch out!"

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Grape Ape

Loganville, GA

#24 Dec 12, 2008
Inisa Love wrote:
The reason they want the merge is because they want to keep tabs on the black community and control what they are being taught. This is nothing more than another way to keep black people from rising in this country. There is a deep fear of the black nation becoming a great nation. There is a agenda to keep them under thumb at all costs. They see that black people are rising and their children are becoming extremely intelligent in which they have always been and this they deem must be stopped. Once you understand your real and true history and the way the caucasians think and the lengths they have gone through to keep the black nation under thumb then you will understand where all this is coming from and will be strongly opposed to it.
There are many who post real knowledge on this forum and they really aren't given much credit.
WLC
216 Elite
Humble Servant
Bappie
Mack The Great
Black Avenger
Sirius Business
and others....but these are the ones I see putting down the truth for ALL to see in regard to real black history and who we really are.
You can't handle the truth!

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#25 Dec 12, 2008
Grape Ape wrote:
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You can't handle the truth!
Say's who? You? Who are you? Just a poster on the sceen with a opinion that matters not to me!

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#26 Dec 12, 2008
As the dust of the Civil war settled and slavery was eradicated, many Blacks saw an era of prosperity and hope. This dream was cut drastically as a concerted effort was begun by whites to destroy any advances, which Blacks had made for themselves. This effort was extremely successful in removing Blacks from the many state and federal offices which Reconstruction had allowed them to hold. But this was not enough. The architects of the revived South needed something more to further the cause of white supremacy and Black oppression. Out of this need, the era of Jim Crow was born with its "separate but equal" claims. And with it came a wave of violence against America's newest citizens. The social atmosphere of white supremacy which Jim Crow had managed to create soon became a tide of hatred. Bolstered by the idea of the inferiority of Blacks and the protection of "white womanhood," whites saw it as nothing to trample Blacks in a storm of violence. These attacks included lynching, burnings, and race riots. And though the majority of this violence took place in the South, the North was by no means immune. For more than a century, angry whites made the life of Black America a continuous nightmare. It was out of this atmosphere that the black college fraternity and sorority was born.

http://students.washington.edu/aphia/africanh...

*** Some things need to be left as is. If they want to attend a black college so be it but NEVER merge the two as one! Black people must maintain their own identity, style, and culture!***

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#27 Dec 12, 2008
Could the same things be occuring in 2008? As it was after the civil war but on a more suttle scale? I say, yes.
Grape Ape

Loganville, GA

#28 Dec 12, 2008
Inisa Love wrote:
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Say's who? You? Who are you? Just a poster on the sceen with a opinion that matters not to me!
See....told you.

“Find The God Within Yourselves”

Since: Jul 08

Born in Paradise

#29 Dec 12, 2008
Inisa Love wrote:
As the dust of the Civil war settled and slavery was eradicated, many Blacks saw an era of prosperity and hope. This dream was cut drastically as a concerted effort was begun by whites to destroy any advances, which Blacks had made for themselves. This effort was extremely successful in removing Blacks from the many state and federal offices which Reconstruction had allowed them to hold. But this was not enough. The architects of the revived South needed something more to further the cause of white supremacy and Black oppression. Out of this need, the era of Jim Crow was born with its "separate but equal" claims. And with it came a wave of violence against America's newest citizens. The social atmosphere of white supremacy which Jim Crow had managed to create soon became a tide of hatred. Bolstered by the idea of the inferiority of Blacks and the protection of "white womanhood," whites saw it as nothing to trample Blacks in a storm of violence. These attacks included lynching, burnings, and race riots. And though the majority of this violence took place in the South, the North was by no means immune. For more than a century, angry whites made the life of Black America a continuous nightmare. It was out of this atmosphere that the black college fraternity and sorority was born.
http://students.washington.edu/aphia/africanh...
*** Some things need to be left as is. If they want to attend a black college so be it but NEVER merge the two as one! Black people must maintain their own identity, style, and culture!***
WOOT! Black man...

You are puttin' the smackdown on these fools...lol

GREAT post, brother...

I agree wholeheartedly-- not only with Separate black colleges, but highschools, gradeschools, governement, land, and jobs-- ALL things separate...

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#30 Dec 12, 2008
Pharaoh Malik-Akin wrote:
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WOOT! Black man...
You are puttin' the smackdown on these fools...lol
GREAT post, brother...
I agree wholeheartedly-- not only with Separate black colleges, but highschools, gradeschools, governement, land, and jobs-- ALL things separate...
Thank you and I am a female. Have a wonderful great weekend.

“Find The God Within Yourselves”

Since: Jul 08

Born in Paradise

#31 Dec 12, 2008
Inisa Love wrote:
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Thank you and I am a female. Have a wonderful great weekend.
WOW!

A black woman at that!!

Where can I find more of you?

LOL!

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#32 Dec 12, 2008
Pharaoh Malik-Akin wrote:
<quoted text>
WOW!
A black woman at that!!
Where can I find more of you?
LOL!
LOL. We are out here! ALL AROUND YOU. COVERING YOU LIKE A NICE WARM BLANKET!

Daniel P from Long Island

“Protestant, Gay, Libertarian”

Since: Apr 08

Long Island, NY

#33 Dec 12, 2008
Mack the Great wrote:
I'm against it. A move like this will only destroy the unique legacy of it being a historically black college university. I don't mind whites attending them, but I'd rather prefer that they continue to maintain it's black legacy long into the future.
This post is blatant racism. If you substitute the word "white" for "black", nobody would dispute that that is racism.

Since: Jul 08

Netherlands

#34 Dec 12, 2008
Daniel P from Long Island wrote:
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This post is blatant racism. If you substitute the word "white" for "black", nobody would dispute that that is racism.
Actually it isn't I attended Howard University and Tuskegee University. There are whites that do attend HBCU's. In fact at Tuskegee there are more whites in their Veterian medicine program than blacks because it is only second to Cornel University in quality of education.

The thing that the Goergia politicians are forgetting is that the civil rights movement was about equal opportunities. When Dr. King had his "I have a dream speech" he talked about equal opportunity, no discrimination and no favoritism. No difference in opportuity between blacks and whites. HBCU's have a large black population because many blacks go there. The ratio of blacks and whites is actually reverse to many white schools. That means that there is a minority white population that goes, and they actually get minority scholarships at HBCU's.

HBCU's are not a legacy of segregation. But what I see actually is Goergia politicians using careful wording to enforce racist doctrines and wording it as desegregation.
Dave

Johnson City, TN

#37 Dec 13, 2008
Moe evidence that they are moving backwards.
Jawga Boy

Atlanta, GA

#38 Dec 13, 2008
"ay I have stood, where once Jefferson Davis stood, and took an oath to my people. It is very appropriate then that from this Cradle of the Confederacy, this very Heart of the Great Anglo-Saxon Southland, that today we sound the drum for freedom as have our generations of forebears before us done, time and time again through history. Let us rise to the call of freedom-loving blood that is in us and send our answer to the tyranny that clanks its chains upon the South. In the name of the greatest people that have ever trod this earth, I draw the line in the dust and toss the gauntlet before the feet of tyranny ... and I say ... segregation today ... segregation tomorrow ... segregation forever."

George Wallace

And YOU Negroes AGREES with it 100%!

"Massa bees proud"!
blackinjun

United States

#39 Dec 13, 2008
lol the historically negro U's, are symbolic anyway, this is just one more step towards the "whitening" of America.

The black mind, the cultural one, was in trouble long ago, so now it's time to unite the world and TRY to rule it with european cultural ideology and behavior.. the european sees no other way and we have been marching in that direction for centuries..

PS. If we don't change, we'll all be marching into the abyss...

Since: Apr 08

TRUE SELF-MASTERY

#40 Dec 13, 2008
please dont fall for their trickery, have we not learned that yet.

look at their track record...
they only work for their interest , learn from history, learn from the past...see this is why they want us to forget our past

http://www.amptoons.com/blog/wp-content/uploa...

“Learn to love yourself first!!”

Since: Oct 07

Georgia Peach

#41 Dec 13, 2008
Jawga Boy wrote:
"ay I have stood, where once Jefferson Davis stood, and took an oath to my people. It is very appropriate then that from this Cradle of the Confederacy, this very Heart of the Great Anglo-Saxon Southland, that today we sound the drum for freedom as have our generations of forebears before us done, time and time again through history. Let us rise to the call of freedom-loving blood that is in us and send our answer to the tyranny that clanks its chains upon the South. In the name of the greatest people that have ever trod this earth, I draw the line in the dust and toss the gauntlet before the feet of tyranny ... and I say ... segregation today ... segregation tomorrow ... segregation forever."
George Wallace
And YOU Negroes AGREES with it 100%!
"Massa bees proud"!
Didnt you say that your daughter went to FAMU for pharmacy school. Last time I checked that was an HBCU. If you felt like that, you shouldve told her to go to Auburn

“ZZZZZZZ”

Since: Oct 07

ATL

#42 Dec 13, 2008
Mack the Great wrote:
I'm against it. A move like this will only destroy the unique legacy of it being a historically black college university. I don't mind whites attending them, but I'd rather prefer that they continue to maintain it's black legacy long into the future.
C/S. Let their remain something establish by black people remain that way, the doors have been open for other races for years now
T-Dog

Marathon, NY

#44 Dec 13, 2008
So if blacks want an all black college to stay all black, is'nt that racist? Blacks whine and cry they want to go to good white schools,have to be hired by a white company( even though they are not qualified) so what's the problem with whites going to your black colleges?

“Learn to love yourself first!!”

Since: Oct 07

Georgia Peach

#45 Dec 13, 2008
fluffy wrote:
what white person in the right mind would ever want to go to negro's college....exactly how many scientists those so-called schools produced? LOL
There are MANY whites that go to HBCUs. You would be surprised.

“Learn to love yourself first!!”

Since: Oct 07

Georgia Peach

#46 Dec 13, 2008
stereo type breaker wrote:
<quoted text>C/S. Let their remain something establish by black people remain that way, the doors have been open for other races for years now
c/s. not to mention the fact that many white schools still only let a certain number of blacks in and they do it so they can still get funding from the state

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