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A basic understanding of what racism happens to be is necessary before I go any further.

Racism, also called racialism, is the belief that humans may be divided into separate and exclusive biological entities called races. That there is a causal link between inherited physical traits and traits of personality, intellect, morality, and other cultural and behavioral features; and that some races are innately superior to others.

The term is also applied to political, economic, or legal institutions and systems. They engage in or perpetuate discrimination on the basis of race. Or otherwise, reinforce racial inequalities of wealth and income, education, health care, civil rights, and in other areas.

In other words: Systemic Racism.

What we need to remember here is the premise begins with a lie. The Human Race is the only acknowledged race on Planet Earth. However, skin color does not medically make one a different species. Race has always been the deciding factor that decides what category to which humans are assigned. Based on definition, if you belong to a certain race then your IQ for instance is predetermined. Thus, you have no control over your IQ. This predetermined IQ based on skin color is inherently incorrect.

 There have been a plethora of studies, which in fact, demonstrate the two great factors of intelligence. They are:

1) How an individual is raised in a family structure.

2) The process of education in a child’s life.

One cannot anticipate that a child raised in the Hood will be able to compete with a child raised in a middle-class community. The reason is basic. When you grow up in a home where an uneducated female is the head of household, then the child will most likely start out behind the educational curve. However, there are exceptions. Ben Carson’s mother was unable to read but forced him to acquire the skill. It is important to remember that this type of exception rarely occurs. When we assess the problem with schools in the Ghetto, be very aware that discipline and structure are not the rule.

It does not take a genius to know that growing up in a crime riddled community is a huge negative. The child will see violent crime, drug dealing, and many other forms of corruption early on in life. Essentially, the child, views this activity as a standard. Ethics and morals do not become the child’s base mode of operation. Thus, children are under immense pressure to conform to those standards.

Standards in the Ghetto are enforced by thugs who control the flow of life. Obviously, the criminal element could care less about children learning to speak Standard American English. In terms of math, as long the child can add and subtract, so be it. Also, we come back to that single female head of household. Is the woman able to control and impact, in a positive manner, the lives of her children? Especially, a male child who benefits from a male influence to make a critical impact.

Additionally, when a child is not exposed to learning early on, then the process of learning becomes a difficult task. Consider how music affects the unborn, child if you will.

The Effect Of Music On A Fetus: What Every Parent Should Know


Fetuses develop the auditory system by week 25 and respond to music by week 28. Newborns can remember music heard in the womb, and they seem to have better motor and cognitive skills, faster language development, longer attention spans, better sleep, and fewer instances of colic. Play music or sing to your unborn baby, but don’t experiment with loud or unusual sounds or noise. It could affect the baby’s health.

Clearly, playing Gansta Rap is not what you want to do with a developing child. Gangsta Rap is a basic tenet of life in the Hood. Music companies learned long ago that lower IQ types seem drawn to this type of music.

Although this form of so-called music has gained major attention in Society, it is radioactive trash to the unborn child. It should be pretty clear that walking through the Hoods in this country, you are not likely to hear classical music playing. One can also factor in other forms of music such as New Age and certain types of Jazz as beneficial to the unborn child.

Next, the problem is from a strict educational point of view. What input does a child from The Hood receive educationally?

Chris Rock made a statement about books and folks from The Hood. “If you are worried about your home being robbed then put your money in a book.” While the joke was funny, it serves to point at a real problem. Reading books is not what you expect black children to engage in as they are growing up. The problem shows itself in the following statistics.

African-American Students Lagging Far Behind

A new analysis provides a sobering gut-check on the achievement gap in U.S. schools.

By Lauren Camera, Senior Education Writer Dec. 11, 2015, at 5:15 p.m.

In the 2015 National Assessment of Educational Progress, only 18 percent of African-American fourth-graders were proficient in reading and only 19 percent scored as proficient in math, according to an analysis done by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation. The eighth-grade numbers were even worse, with only 16 percent of African-American students proficient in reading and 13 percent proficient in math.

Quite frankly, this problem continues to exert itself through the lives of African-American students. The failure to be exposed to reading and basic math early in the development of a child is a tragic occurrence that should not happen. Be very aware that the single female head of the household is far too often the downfall of children born in the Hood. If a child does not develop a strong desire to become educated, and then nurtured by the parent(s), the child is not likely to develop to its greatest potential.

Mentoring programs are designed to play catch up in the educational realm. Unfortunately, the catch-up game rarely seems to take place.

The mentoring program approach is supposed to close the educational gap. However, the child is working at such an extreme disadvantage that it is nearly impossible to catch up academically. I am reminded of a personal incident when I was at the University of Connecticut. That day, I was in a Sociology Class with an erudite professor.

We had a number of African-American students from various Hoods around Connecticut. Many of those students had come to the university via a need to inject more diversity into the school. Based on my academic standing at two colleges before UCONN, I had received a scholarship. One day after class, the professor after had asked me if we could talk. I, of course, accepted his invitation.

When all the other students had left the classroom, the professor stated, “you didn’t come to UCONN as a disadvantaged student did you?”

My answer was “no.”

The professor then said, “I was pretty certain because you operate on a level with my best students.” He then said, “I really like that you try to help the other students and not just the African-American students.”

We talked at length about the class and using the computer to analyze statistics. I was offered a student assistant job where I ran different statistical reports and also got to play Star-Trek on the mainframe computer.

I definitely needed the income and was happy to get an opportunity to be around a computer.

If my mother had not created a desire in me to read books early on, I’m not sure where I’d be now.

I was lucky enough to live in a blue-collar home with two parents. My mother would read anything she could get her hands on. Mom had been born on what was a former slave plantation in Danielsville, GA. The point here is if one desires to learn, one will.

The Hood is a place where the criminal element rules with an iron hand. The landscape is one of murder, drugs, and other forms of violent crime. Racism is NOT the problem. The last sentence is as plain as the nose on Barack Obama’s face. If you desire to be successful then education is the basic building block to success. Primo Veritas!

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