I wonder whether Mitt Romney and the Republican Party are aware of some of the very profound issues that are the subjects of major concern by the Millennials. Conservatives need to "heed the rising voices" of this new generation of Americans.
Whether prompted by moral conviction or political expediency, the president's support of same sex marriage is still causing reflection among several diverse communities throughout the U.S. and it has impacted a college course I am teaching later this year, "From Slavery to Obama."
Industry understands that survival depends on their ability to adapt quickly and accurately to the changing marketplace. So, how come in education, we continue to cling to the "old way" of doing things?
America and Philadelphia have a dark past where the black community is concerned. W.E.B DuBois wrote at length about the "Negro Problem" in Philadelphia. The big question now: is the "Negro Problem" still a problem?