What can one do when the Affirmative Action plan that is in place at your workplace ALWAYS drops . .
. . . the ball and just takes the info and that's that? Who can you turn to next?
by TMMason 8 years ago
Should anyone who checked the boxes to get through his education using Affirmative Action. Even be considered qualified for any public office? Especially the Presidency? I say, no. They are not in the least bit qualified for the job and should not even be considered.
by lady_love158 7 years ago
http://pajamasmedia.com/tatler/2011/08/ … ve-action/One economist in a NYT article thinks so! What does this say about the NYT, liberals, and their crazy ideas? Theres just no end to what these people think government should do!
by OLYHOOCH 6 years ago
I don't care, WHO, wrote this. It DESERVES A RE-PRINT, for those of you that did not see it. WASHINGTON POST HITS OBAMA Finally, the Washington Post speaks out on Obama! This is very brutal, timely though. As I'm sure you know, the Washington Post newspaper has a reputation for being extremely...
by Brian L. Powell 6 years ago
Should unattractive people qualify for affirmative action?This is the subject of a news article I am watching about how unattractive people are discriminated against in the work place. Someone is seriously discussing this issue and pushing for government involvement. The person pushing...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
What is YOUR assessment of Affirmative Action? Do you believe that there should be noAffirmative Action as there are unprecedented educational, housing, & socioeconomic opportunities as never before for Blacks? Or do you believe that there should always be Affirmative Action as...
by mrpopo 2 years ago
Privilege is defined as “a right, immunity, or benefit enjoyed only by a person beyond the advantages of most.” White privilege means that there are rights, immunities or benefits enjoyed only by whites because society places whites in a higher position than minorities. Some examples of this...
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