NAACP Alleges State HBCUs Have 2nd Class Status

Apr 2, 2010 Read more: WMAZ-TV Macon

The Georgia NAACP is supporting a lawsuit claiming inequalities persist at the state's public historically black colleges because of a lack of support from state government.

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“Can't stand liberals!”

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#1 Apr 2, 2010
typical ape lawsuit!

“Gods Warrior”

Since: Jan 10

West Palm Beach, FL

#2 Apr 2, 2010
"Supporters claim a lack of state funding has hobbled the institutions and kept them from establishing professional programs on par with their mainstream counterparts in Georgia."

Ummmm, these schools are full of black people. What do they expect?

Best to do away with these racist schools that teach afrocentric, anti-white sentiments anyway.

Anyway, I thought diversity was a good thing.

Perhaps they should mandate a 50/50 ratio of black and white students if they want the performance to improve.
fat

Athens, GA

#7 Apr 4, 2010
AmericanBoer wrote:
"Supporters claim a lack of state funding has hobbled the institutions and kept them from establishing professional programs on par with their mainstream counterparts in Georgia."
Ummmm, these schools are full of black people. What do they expect?
Best to do away with these racist schools that teach afrocentric, anti-white sentiments anyway.
Anyway, I thought diversity was a good thing.
Perhaps they should mandate a 50/50 ratio of black and white students if they want the performance to improve.
yeah because black people need to go to white schools so they can continue to learn eurocentric ways of the world and self hatred.

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