Tag Archives: CNN

Roland Martin is not GLAAD

I reblog this Raynard Jackson piece in its entirety in solidarity with Roland Martin (despite his shallow critique of NYC Parents Choice). Black men still have free speech rights in America (and little power to harm gays or any power … Continue reading

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New York City schools Chancellor Walcott says ‘We have a responsibility to keep students safe’

New York City schools Chancellor Walcott says ‘We have a responsibility to keep students safe’. Source: Legislative Gazette   New York City schools Chancellor Walcott says ‘We have a responsibility to keep students safe’by Jordan Lipschik November 14, 2011 As the … Continue reading

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CNN’s Roland Martin Owes NYC Parents an Apology

CNN’S ROLAND MARTIN OWES NYC PARENTS ANAPOLOGY: Calls School Parents “Ignorant and Whiny” for Expressing Concern Over Controversial Sex Ed Curriculum New York, NY—Oct. 31…CNN contributor Roland Martin owes an immediately apology to New York City school parents who have expressed legitimate … Continue reading

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Anger at NYC’s New Sex Ed Class

This past week, Greg Pfundstein and I were in demand after a series of stories in the NY Post exposing the inappropriate and salacious content of City’s sex education curriculum. CNN invited me to discuss the goals of NYC Parents’ … Continue reading

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Sex education should be mandatory in all schools – CNN.com

Sex education should be mandatory in all schools – CNN.com. Roland Martin, a CNN and TV One political commentator, directed a vitriolic and factually incorrect commentary about the NYC Parents Choice stand regarding the city DoE’s sex education curriculum. Unbelievably, … Continue reading

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