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Are Black institutions still relevant for Black students in America today?

You are considering the question of relevance, necessity, purpose of Black schools (k-12 & HBCU).  Focus on the “statistical data” of Black students who attend predominantly White schools with European “centered” curricula vs. Black students who attend predominantly Black schools with Black “centered” curricula.  You may use the link below for guidance, but you may not use it as part of your sources for areas C or F.

 

https://www.npr.org/sections/codeswitch/2017/03/01/517770255/hbcus-graduate-more-poor-black-students-than-white-colleges

Side A:  Black students who attend Black institutions with Black centered culture and curricula, are more successful.  Black “centered” educational institutions provide history, culture, confidence, academics and survival skills necessary for Black students to excel in American society.  Black students who attend Black institutions have better success than Black students who attend PWI’s. Black institutions are especially necessary in 2018 given the racially charged climate of the current culture in America.

 

Side B:  Black students who attend PWI’s are more prepared to “assimilate” in a predominantly White working/academic environment.  Black students who attend PWI’s are trained more effectively to mingle with Whites academically and in the workforce.  Since Black will likely not work in “all Black” environments, they should be trained in the European dominant culture to assist with future success.  Black institutions are obsolete and hinder Black students from “real world” success.Top of Form

Are Black institutions still relevant for Black students in America

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  • You will complete “both” Side A & Side B!
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Are Black institutions still relevant for Black students in America

  1. Assigned Main Topic Title: (example:  Who Are The American Poor; Beyond Ethnic Stereotypes of Poverty)

 

  1. State the topic title for the position: (example:  Side A – Stereotypes of poverty are the result of Cultural Racism/Bigotry)

 

  1. Sources: You must use a formal writing style for your citations/sourcing

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  1. Statement the problem: Must be original writing no copy/paste insertions (detailed statement of the problem) from the perspective of the assigned position (side a or side b) and your selected research. (at least 1 paragraph)

 

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  1. Quantitative or Qualitative Research: Points of fact/statistics or qualitative anecdotal evidence to support the assigned position.

 

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  • Your explanation of the point (1 paragraph in addition to quote/statistic) Must be original writing, no copy/paste insertions             
  • Point 2 – Quote/Cite the statistic or opinion/anecdote

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  • Your explanation of the point (1 paragraph in addition to quote/statistic)

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(example:)   Point 1 – American Whites make up the largest number of poor people in the US 2016 

Source:   https://www.census.gov/content/dam/Census/library/publications/2015/demo/p60-252.pdf

  • The stereotype, of the largest ethnic group who represent the “poor” in America, is Black; However the actual ethnic group that receives the majority

of government aid to the poor are White, according to the current census data 2016.  The data/statistic is relevant not only for factual clarity, but the stereotype contributes to the

stigmatization of Black Americans and the systematic/racial inequality based on that stereotype.  Images such as the Black welfare queen, Black Americans as lazy and Black American men living

off the system not wanting to work, serves to hinder the Black community when seeking equal services, equal treatment and protection under U.S. law without racial biases and the burden of White privilege.

 

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