Much easier to be a politician than a community leader. Politicians manage words on paper. Community leaders aspires to change the hearts and minds of the people.
This virus has been allowed to fester for years in this city. Nothing new here, just more rhetoric, political posturing, and egocentric foolishness. The response by the RCSD officials are political and bares no solutions. Vargas, Evans, and White are a part of the problem.
The behavior in question is a snapshot of a bigger picture that most blacks in Rochester refuse to address. It's a "cultural crisis" a crisis of views and values. Many RCSD teachers frequently witness chaotic behaviors between predominately black students and reserve comment for fear of being labeled a "racist". Hundreds of black students are allowed to roam the halls of various RCSD school buildings throughout the school day using the most vulgar language and displaying thuggish behaviors without adequate intervention. The RCSD and the so-called black community is a sinking ship that refuses to do what is needed to save itself from itself.
The mayor should call a press conference and call out the so-called black community.
It's a community issue (home, community, then all else), a "cultural crisis". As an African American grassroots leadership advocate, I am dishearten, disgusted and embarrassed over the so-called black community inability to manage its future.
The social chaos exhibited at the liberty pole by predominately black youth was yet another live and consistent testimony of the so-called black community inability to manage its future. The so-called black community "cultural crisis" is devastating. Most Politicians and the RCSD leadership are taking advantage the this "cultural crisis" for personal gain and are committed to using all elements of this "cultural crisis" as expendable pawns in the game. Designed unnecessary confusion.
More black clergy rhetoric does nothing to elevate the so-called black community gross negligence and frivolous strategies in addressing this issue. Same problem, same song for more than twenty years. This issue is 70% black responsibility, 30% percent system. Cut the crap, it's not a religious leadership problem, it's a "cultural crisis."
This city is twirling in a detrimental head-spin around the issues of public education. Political pundits, aspiring politicians crawling from under rocks, ineffective so-called black leaders, disgruntled and irresponsible parents, disobedient and unprepared students, news media outlets using the ignorance
of the uninformed as pawns and upcoming political elections that appears as though status quo will be the order of outcomes. Mass unnecessary confusion on steroids.
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