That's not entirely true, the problem is the terminology "The Man" does not represnt the "White Man" any more and the oppression is not necessarily the "Black Man" today it's not about color although there are still issues, but its about power ($$$). how is it posible that only 1% of the American population is make all the decisions? Aprox. 35.9 million people live below the poverty line in America, including 12.9 million children.
In these comunities the educational system is worse than schools in more affluent communties, although they are in the same school district. The drop-out rate is higher and far less students are accepted into the 4 year college/university system even though they excell in their high school standard classes and cllege prep classes. So there is a valid issue, it's just not black & White anymore.
Not my opinion just research
Not complaining, because I believe in action and working in the community to change the stats,just saying that something fishy is going on when the most powerful nation has the worse education system than any other develope nation and the poverty rate is higher.
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