The C.O.W.S. w/ Tim Wise Part II
Gus T Renegade
Date / Time: 1/28/2010 7:30 PM
The Admitted White Supremacist known as Tim Wise makes his second trip to The Context of White Supremacy. Mr. Wise reiterated that he practices Racism/White Supremacy and that he cannot imagine how a White person could avoid practicing Racism under the current System of Injustice. He also elaborated on his statement that aspects of Dr. Frances Cress Welsing's theory of White Genetic Annihilation are pseudo-scientific bullsh*t. Mr. Wise made a verbal agreement to make one appearance per month on The C.O.W.S. radio program until July 2010. He also committed to make his fourth trip to this program on Sunday, February 21st at 7:30PM Eastern/ 4:30PM Pacific.
Original Air Date: February 16, 2011
The C.O.W.S. w/ Pam (Trojan Horse: Death of a Dark Nation)
Pam, co-author of Trojan Horse: Death of a Dark Nation returns to The Context of White Supremacy. This time we'll examine the confusion and conflict around the 44th President of the United states, Barack Obama. It seems that many non-white people are highly critical of President Obama and feel that he is a willing accomplice to Racist Woman & Racist Man. We'll seek truth, logic and a codified way of making sure we don't forget: The Problem Is White People.
Affirmative Action Debate Tim Wise (3 of 14)
'Racial Bias In Admissions At Two Ohio Universities ' Commentary Part 2
Racial Bias In Admissions At Two Ohio Universities
Counter Racist response to "a new study shows a racial bias at OSU and Miami University when it comes to admissions".
Study claims racial bias in Miami admissions
The following is what I quote from the video:
The odds favoring black students admitted to white students admitted was 10-1 or 8-1, depending on whether the ACT or SAT was used along with high school grades and other factors, according to the study.
Miami Interim Provost John Skillings said the study "misses the point by focusing only on test scores."
Miami has a goal to increase the percent of multicultural students to 12 percent, up from the current 10.3 percent.
The university enrolled a record number of multicultural students this fall at 12.3 percent.