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Affirmative Reaction

Ref: “The Mayors Race” 11/17/95 To the people of Gary, Indiana, I say, it’s about time! Congratulations Scott King. Black politicians are being zapped in their empty heads for their insulting assumption that they will have our vote because we are in their debt by virtue of skin color. If she/he brings only racism as […]

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Color Bind

For your December 2, 1994, feature article “Searching for the Great Black Hope” I thank you. I am glad I had not read the article til now because of all the ironic situations that have occurred since December 2. It seems the subject politicians feel I owe them my vote cause I’m black and whites […]

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Re: Respect

To the editors: If Dorothy Tillman and NOW thought an ordinary caricature of a politician and her ignorant and/or infamous acts is disrespectful and ugly, someone needs to school them with a few good examples of those words. Let’s start with her big stupid mouth spewing venom from her itty-bitty brain. I have never heard […]

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Principal Shortcoming

To the editors: Catching up on my Reader articles, I read the January 25, 1991, article about Al Clark and his mission of changing attitudes within Cregier High School. It occurred to me that I have read this story a million times. Every story I have ever read about anybody black setting and achieving his/her […]

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Cute Stuff

To the editors: I read the article “The Starting Line” by Florence Hamlish Levinsohn [December 9] and I was disappointed that it was just some more unimportant cute stuff like the dailies. Essentially, all Ms. Levinsohn talked about was polls by the dailies, who was in until whom dropped out and the political philosophy of […]