Thursday, November 03, 2005

Outline

Outline


I. The reason why I did this project was because my teacher made me do this.
II. Outline Parts
A. Title
1. I haven’t decided on a title yet but I was thinking about Desegregation on Black and Whites Schools in Georgia.
B. Introduction
1. My paper will be about the segregation of Georgia schools with black and white children.

2. Basically the paper would be focused on Georgia schools

3. First off I was going to talk a little about the history about the segregation then I was going to do a survey on how black and white children feel about how we are united and if they wished that it was this was back then.
C. Main Body
1. This is where all the information comes in.
a. First, I was going to tell why I though about doing this research question.
b. Then after summarizing the survey I would state how the children felt about the situation.
c. I would also compare myself to all the other kids.
d. Then I would out in some direct quotes as well.
D. Conclusion
1. The Ending
2. For my ending, I would restate the question or whatever I was researching and tell whether or not that we should be segregated or if we should not.

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Reflection

My research question at first was not the best one that I could do, So I had to change it to another one. I change it because i was to narrow and it was like I could the information out of the encyclopedia and it would not be a full paragraph. Then I had to think about it and I found out that it was also an opinion and not a fact. For my newresearch projuect about Black history and black education. I think that this will be a good research question because it could be persuasive and informative. I am not still researching what I did at the beginning, I still think that could have been a good paper as well. Yes, I have still been researching the paper on Black history. I have learned alot about my reseacrh paper. I don't like this process because it takes up time instead of posting things for the internet I could just go to Google and Ask Jeeves and they could just tell me what I need to know. I do like the citaton machine though, it helps me with bibliography. I don't think that I am ready to start writing though because I have to get the survey and everything together.

Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Please help me/

I was thinking for my primary source could i survey on the black children to see how they feel about the situation to where how they think they stand in the white commnity. I was thinking if I could ask them, Do you feel the way us children are now will be the same later on in the future. Why or why not? I don't think if people have noticed but there is still segregation up north, like in Montana, and South Dakota. I was researching once about North Dakota and it hit that there was only 17% blacks in that state. I personally don't think that,that is the right thing to do but I guess that is the way they feel.

Please people tell me how you feel?

School Desegregation

School Desegregation. 01 Nov. 2005 www.encyclopedia.com/html/section/integrat_1954to1963.asp.




"In 1954, the Supreme Court took a momentous step: In Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka the court set aside a Kansas statute permitting cities of more than 15,000 to maintain separate schools for blacks and whites and ruled instead that all segregation in public schools is “inherently unequal” and that all blacks barred from attending public schools with white pupils are denied equal protection of the law as guaranteed by the Fourteenth Amendment . The doctrine was extended to state-supported colleges and universities in 1956. Meanwhile, in 1955 the court implemented its 1954 opinion by declaring that the federal district courts would have jurisdiction over lawsuits to enforce the desegregation decision and asked that desegregation proceed “with all deliberate speed.”

It all Started.....

Brown vs. Topeka Board of Education. 01 Nov. 2005 www.kawvalley.k12.ks,us/brown_v_borad/segregaton.htm.



"For more than 200 years before the Civil War, slavery existed in the United States. But after the war things began to get worse for blacks. The south thought they needed to do something. The Southern legislatures, former confederates, passed laws known as the black codes, after the war, which severely limited the rights of blacks and segregated them from whites."

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Hurricanes and Tornadoes

I also wanted to reseach about why are people so interested in watching or even looking at the eyes of hurricanes and tornadoes. Can you please tell me Why? I know it is kinda wierd but I was just wondering that's all.

Hurricanes and Tornadoes

Here is something that I also wanted to research bt I didn't think that it was a good idea.


I am reaching how to find out the reason on why people are interested in wacthing tornadoes and hurrcanes? Tell me what you thin about this idea and please give me feedback on it.
posted by You have entered the scorpion life at 7:50 AM 2 comments

Ronald Bayor Said this

bayor, Ronald . "Journal of Nergo Education, The Race and the Shaping of the Twentieth-Century." 1996. 26 Oct. 2005 www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3626/is_199701/ai_n8750007.








"The point of this review, however, is not to criticize the ongoing witlessness of the Supreme Court or to develop new policy criteria for use in school desegregation cases. Rather, it is to highlight the well-documented evidence marshalled in Race and the Shaping of Twentieth-Century Atlanta which indicates that the convoluted heritage of this nation's racist past pervades and permeates its present. As author Ronald Bayor makes abundantly clear, not only did racial factors play an overarching and deeply fundamental role in structuring the city's social, political, and economic, and physical ways of life, he also notes that:. Now, at the end of the twentieth century, even a cursory walk around Atlanta reveals the legacy of race relations for the urban environment."

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Why

I wonder why was there segregation back then. Someone please tell me why. I mean it hurts to feel that people of the different race didn't like each other. I love evryone, it doesn't matter what race you are, I just think that everyone should have been respectful to one another.But like I just said I wonder if there will be segregation later on in life. I hope it won't, because even if blacks are having a hard time being together or even with the other race then we should not be together peroid. That's just my opinion. Tell me about yours and how you feel about this situation.

The Black and White Community

Kemp, Melvina. "The Segregated School System in Atlanta: An Agent fo Social Controland Black Oppression." 25 Oct. 2005 www.arches.uga.edu/~mgagnon/students/3090/04SP3090-Kemp.htm.



"The dual education system of Atlanta served the interest of the white community, and oppressed blacks. The white community, by depriving the children in the black community of a quality education, prevented blacks from prospering and elevating their social and economic status. Whites were able to limit the potential of blacks by controlling the political offices such as city council and the school board which had power over the education system and restricting black participation in political affairs. When blacks complained or tried to assert power as seen in the 1920’s bond referendums whites found ways to weaken their collective efforts. One way was just ignoring and neglecting the needs of the black children and other ways employed robbery of the little resources given to black schools. Principally, the difference in white and black schools was this: white schools were for the education, development, and advancement of white children. Black schools’ purpose was to implant in black children inferiority and that it was their place at the bottom of society."