From: "The Black Star Project, U.S.A."
To: Marc Sims
Sent: Tue, April 20, 2010 11:16:29 AM
I reject the fact that Mayor Daley and Superintendent Weis should develop a program to teach students how to be a good parent.
Black Star has done this and we very little support on it from the Black community.
Is the White man’s ice colder?
From Marc Sims
We have to ask Massa to save our children since we refuse to save our own children.
Mayor Richard M. Daley and Chicago Police Superintendent Jody Weis need to work with the public schools and develop a program to teach students how be a good parent.
In African American neighborhoods most parents are working class and the rest of us would be considered poor.
There are a disproportionate number of African American children living with their grandparents.
There are African American children who are wards of the state, who are foster children, or who are homeless.
We all know that most African American children in cities like Chicago do not live with their father.
There is so much destabilization in low-income African American neighborhoods, no one should be surprised there street crimes and murders every night.
Then you have our urban culture that promotes consumerism and debauchery.
We could vastly improve these African American neighborhoods, but our leaders are so passive, or so self-serving, or so corrupt.
Since we “successful” African Americans will not end the violence, who will?
Mayor Richard M. Daley and Chicago Police Superintendent Jody Weis?