Being Black & Jewish In The U.S.A. II. | Cross Cultured

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“In my previous post, I talked about the difficulties and frustrations that come along with being a Black Jew in the United States. In this post, I’ll be more positive and solutions-oriented…I assure you. And most importantly I’ll explain why I have hope for the future.” -Shona

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Black at Stuyvesant High — One Girl’s Experience

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“…it was not uncommon to find students who had never heard about the specialized high school exam; or to meet students who had signed up for the exam, but had never thought of taking a practice test or prep course — something common among white and Asian students; or to have guidance counselors tell him that Stuyvesant “isn’t for our kids.”   RUDI, who lives in the Wakefield section of the Bronx, attended sixth and seventh grades in Jamaica, and eighth grade in Mount Vernon, a Westchester County suburb. Her father, Donovan Miller, a director of accounting at Bronx Community College, recalled asking a colleague for advice about enrolling Rudi, the youngest of his three children, in “the best New York City high school.” The colleague advised Mr. Miller that he had to sign her up for the specialized high school exam and, if he wanted to improve her odds, to have her take some kind of test preparation program.”    
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Blacktino | Film

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Black people are the creators of Mexica people

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ATTENTION!!! This series contains the most crucial parts of the history of so called “Blacks” Americans that “they” don’t want you to know… The Information…
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