This is the problem in America today. The number one problem. Entitlement. People are too busy asking for handouts instead of DOING THE WORK to succeed. Do you want to go to school? Fine, but you have to EARN that.
You have to work hard and EARN the money. You want a scholarship? Fine, but you have to sacrifice your free time to get good grades. You don’t get free things based on the color of your skin.
If you can’t afford school, deliver pizzas. Save up money. Go to community college where it’s cheap. Get good grades and scholarships and EARN your way in. I’m so sick and tired of these people telling us we’re “racist” for refusing them free things. Go earn your life like everyone else! It’s better that way.
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According to USherald:
The University of Wisconsin – long known as a bastion of liberal politics going back even to the 1950s, the “Dow” anti-war riot of 1967 – has taken another step out of line from mainstream thinking in America with the latest demand from the student government that turns concepts of impartiality and equality on their heads.
The Associated Students of Madison at the University of Wisconsin have presented a resolution demanding that black students be provided free tuition and housing at the University as a way of white atonement for the “sin” of slavery.
That would be an institution that hundreds of thousands of white American soldiers died to end one hundred and fifty years ago.
Thousands of white Americans marched, put themselves in danger, even gave their lives to end discriminatory practices.
White Americans amended the U.S. Constitution three times and issued landmark judicial rulings to ensure that black Americans were put on an equal plane at the lunch counter, the ballot box and – significantly – in the schoolhouse with the Brown v. Topeka Board of Education U.S. Supreme Court decision that held separate is not and can never be “equal.”
Now, more than 60 years later, well-educated college students, unaware of that history, are demanding that blacks be put on a different, unequal basis with their white, Hispanic, Native American and Asian classmates.
The rationale is that because the ancestors of present-day African-American students were not given the freedom to be educated during the time of slavery – which ended in 1865 – all black people, including former inmates, be given free tuition, free housing and not be required to pay any administrative fees for attending the state college.
The proposed legislation would save a black student $20,000 by comparison to what his non-black classmates would pay for the same education and access to university services and activities.
“The university’s rhetoric suggests that it is committed to diversity and inclusion, so this legislation compels the university to move towards action – which is imperative,” the resolution’s author, ASM Student Council Rep. Tyriek Mack,
The language adopted by the University of Wisconsin-Madison student government is the same proposed by the Black Liberation Collective, a national network of blacks focused on higher education, to nearly 90 college campuses around the nation.