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- Common Core Public Relations 101
- NC Supreme Court Races: Associate Justice Race
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- Onslow County GOP Calls For Resignation Of NC State Superintendent
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Category Archives: Social Justice
North Carolina’s Far Left protest movement has cropped up again. I’ve previously documented Moral Monday in Chicago, Wisconsin, New York, Florida and Georgia. We’ve even seen a Moral Monday protester selected to fill the late Senator Nesbitt’s seat at the North Carolina General Assembly. This time we’re seeing it in neighboring Tennessee. Continue reading →
Occupy Monday has shown up in Chicago. Not surprising, since it’s already been there before. Remember the Moral Monday Coalition?
This time, it’s not about budgets but has a connection to the Enloe/Wake County Schools lawsuit brought by various members of BlueprintNC’s ‘slam, cripple and eviscerate’ coalition and NC HEAT. For this group in Chicago, it’s about the “school to prison pipeline” and that school discipline is racist. Continue reading →
This is a reposting of my latest Magnificent 7 article at DaTechGuy Blog. View the original.
By A.P. Dillon
How many of you missed the news blip Ben Jealous left the NAACP to go be a Venture Capitalist?
He declined to specify his new salary but said it was about the same as it was at the NAACP — $285,000 in 2011, according to tax forms.
When he announced his departure from the organization in September 2013, Jealous said he planned to pursue university teaching and spend time with his young family. But Jealous says the opportunity to work with Kapor Capital was just too tempting, putting him on the cutting edge of helping people who are slipping further behind as the national economy grows. – CNS Continue reading →
Reverend Barber is flying all over the place, like to Florida and apparently to the bastion of Big Labor in Madison, Wisconsin. That figured. Hey Hey, Ho Ho… Moral Monday’s on the road! Continue reading →
Yesterday, I noted that Al Jazeera had taken interest in the arrests of eight young people after a water balloon fight occurred at Enloe High School in Wake county. In the end, that article circled back to discuss that perhaps this would tie in to the racial discipline quota the Department of Justice was proposing as reported by The Daily Caller. I somehow missed the text of the complaint filed by the DOJ on Wednesday. It is an example of what the Daily Caller reported.
When I dug deeper, what I found was a youth group being taught how to protest that is supported by a who’s who of the Left in NC and with ties to Blueprint NC. Continue reading →