Racial inequality in the education system: The modern day slavery that Brazil insists it doesn’t see


Black Women of Brazil

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Note from BW of Brazil: Can we be real about this? Inequalities in access to quality education should be considered a crime. How can any government claim it seeks equality, or “progress”  when it does nothing to equalize the means to which people can become equal? This is not to say that this exists only in Brazil. In the United States, I often marveled at some of the elite, mostly white elementary and high schools that look liked colleges and academies in comparison to the deteriorating old schools I would see in inner city, mostly non-white schools. Schools are the places where future leaders are trained and when the kids who have access to this sort of training are overwhelmingly white (or something close to it), what do we expect the VIPs of the future to look like? I’ve seen it time and time again, in various states across…

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Director of Manchester School of Samba at http://www.sambaman.org.uk
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