Black Talk Radio News – Black home schooling on increase w/ Prof. Ama Mazama


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A former student at a Madison parochial high school is suing the school and its two top administrators over claims they allowed unchecked racial harassment of the student. Blake Broadnax, who is black and his parents, Keith and Rena, said in the lawsuit that Edgewood High School, its president, Michael Elliott, and its principal, Robert Growney, failed to properly punish students whose racial taunts caused Broadnax to leave the school in December 2013.

This is just one story that has been reported recently that shows that non-white students are the victims of racist bullying on school campuses across the USA.

4-16-2015 11-14-42 PMToday we will be joined by Prof. Ama Mazama an associate professor and the director of graduate programs for the department of African-American Studies at Temple University. Prof Mazama recently penned the an article based on her research that more Black parents are choosing to homeschool as a result of racist bullying and white supremacy school curriculum.

3 Replies to “Black Talk Radio News – Black home schooling on increase w/ Prof. Ama Mazama”

  1. Thanks again Scotty for another great broadcast. I have always wanted to home school my children but as a working single parent it was not possible. I have shared this info with friends and family who are looking for alternatives to the current school system and I believe this broadcast will help.

    Thank you again.

  2. Thank you so much Scotty for having Prof Mazama on the program. This needs to catch on with the collective. We can do it! Also thank you for listing artist and title to music played in intermission segments or as a lead into next program. (Quadir Lateef)

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