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Like other black women before them, these two students tried to break what remains an almost impenetrable color barrier. Fifty years after Vivian Malone and James Hood became the first black students to desegregate The University of Alabama, there remains one last bastion of segregation on campus: The UA greek system is still almost completely divided along racial lines.
With each passing year, the University falls further behind other universities in terms of greek integration. The Crimson White reported in 2012 that other large Southern universities, such as Auburn and Ole Miss, have integrated their greek systems to a further extent than the University.
ONCE UPON A TIME BLACKS OWNED BANKS, LAND, BUSINESSES, BUS LINES AND CAB COMPANIES JUST TO NAME A FEW.
BLACK COMMUNITY'S WERE VERY FUNCTIONAL AND THRIVING.
SO WHAT HAPPENED TO ALL OUR PROSPERITY AND PRIDE.
ON TODAY'S SHOW WE WILL ASK THIS QUESTION WAS DESEGREGATION THE RIGHT MOVE FOR BLACKS.
A few months ago, we talked about how building ownership is one way business owners create wealth. Those who buy their buildings can save on their taxes as well. There is a lesser-known tax accounting technique called tax segregation that can save them thousands of dollars more.
In this episode of Business: Engaged!, we welcome John Ervin CPA of Frost PLLC. His area of specialty is construction and real estate. He'll explain what cost segregation is and how much it can save building owners on their taxes. He'll give some examples and talk about who is most likely to benefit the most.
To learn more about Frost PLLC, visit their website at http://frostpllc.com/.
If you'd like to listen to the episode on how to build wealth with building ownership, click here.
And I'm taking you with me on my journey to write my next book. I'll share my process for writing the book and give you updates on my progress. This week, I talk about choosing your book title. If you want to catch the previous episode where I talked about getting your topics organized using mind-mapping, click here.
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The Exceptional One, Ken McClenton, delves into the Modern Influencers of Society's Cultural Institutions--Education, Economics, Government, Family and Faith--with an Unique Urban Perspective. Mondays through Thursdays at 9:00 PM EST. MODERN URBAN UTOPIAS HAVE SERVED AS TEST TUBES FOR SOCIAL AND ECONMIC EXPERIMENTATION ON HOW BEST TO IMPLEMENT SOCIALISM/LENINISM WHILE SERVING THE TEACHINGS OF MARX. THE ONE INEVITABLE FLAW. GENTRIFICATION. WHERE NOBLE INTENTIONS BELIE ACCEPTABLE SEGREGATION. TheExceptionalConservativeShow.com [http://theexceptionalconservativeshow.com/] or ACNation Radio Network [www.acnation.com].
AMENDMENT XIV SECTION 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.
Join us today at 12:00 P.M. for a special broadcast as Peter Arpin and his co-host Seth Handy interview the Superintendent of Solid Waste Management, Mike Debroisse. Mike will be discussing Woonsocket’s involvement with Recycle Bank.
Also, we will be talking with Krystal Noiseux. Krystal is the Recycling Program Coordinator for the RI Resource Recovery Group and will be speaking about the city of Newport’s Clean City Program. Dr. Karen Webber, the Executive Director of The Foundation for a Green Future, will also stop by the show.
Join us today at 12:00 P.M. for a special broadcast as Peter Arpin and his co-host Seth Handy interview the Superintendent of Solid Waste Management, Mike Debroisse. Mike will be discussing Woonsocket’s involvement with Recycle Bank. Also, we will be talking with Krystal Noiseux. Krystal is the Recycling Program Coordinator for the RI Resource Recovery Group and will be speaking about the city of Newport’s Clean City Program. Dr. Karen Webber, the Executive Director of The Foundati
Sports, Segregation, Education: History’s Impact on Today's Black Athletes featuring Indiana University-Indianapolis Associate Professor of Education, Dr. Robin L. Hughes and Coach Robert L. Hughes, legendary coaching figure and Morgan Wooten Lifetime Achievement Award winner.
Dr. Hughes' research focuses on three areas of student and faculty higher educational and sociological issues including the development of students who are athletes participating in revenue generating sports and the retention and recruitment of African American students in college, their experiences, development, and perceptions about the campus climate.
Dr. Hughes co-edited Dismantle This: Deconstructing Policy and Instutionalized ‘isms’ through Critical Race Theory, and is Co-editor and co-founder of the Journal for the Study of Sports and Athletes in Education.
Coach Robert L. Hughes has led multiple state championship teams since the 1960's. At the time of his retirement in 2005, Hughes was the national all-time leader in wins amassing 1,333 wins compared to only 264 losses.
Today, Coach Hughes delivers motivational speeches about athleticism, academics, leadership, sportsmanship and discipline -- all skills that should be used both on and off the court.
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