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  • Posted September 5, 2013

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    Diversity promotes the highest level of education that one could

    Diversity promotes the highest level of education that one could ever experience.  On September 3 pick up a copy of For Discrimination: 
    Race, Affirmative Action, and the Law (Randall Kennedy).  For Discrimination: Race, Affirmative Action, and the Law is the voice about 
    how affirmative action is shaping our Country.  

    August 28, 2013 marked the 50 years since the March on Washington (initially March on Jobs and Freedom) and we still have a long 
    way to go.  When will it change?  Has anyone ever considered that if the wrongs that were done over 50 years ago were made right, 
    schools were made equal  and underrepresented and socio-economic businesses were given ample opportunities for increasing 
    their revenue stream that we would not need affirmative action or any other programs to level the playing field?

    There are some States that lack diversity therefore their people lack it.  The people do not realize the essence of what diversity can 
    bring from a 3D perspective to spirited conversations.  One’s culture, insight and upbringing makes a big different in any setting.  

    Without affirmative action we become stagnant and stale.  Without affirmative action there is no room for growth.  Without affirmative 
    action we become one-dimensional in our interpersonal relationships.  Without affirmative action we fail.  

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