Remember that every person DOES NOT want a relationship. Most niggaz you talk to just want some sex and move on. Perhaps some do want a relationship but they just want more and more sex. Besides, females are giving it up left an right so....that is the name of the game.
More black people are in certain states than others. The more people u have the lower your (passing) rate will be.
Thats NOT true cause the graduation rate is what PERCENTAGE of the black people in the state are graduating
Maryland has 1.5 million black people and a 66% graduation rate for blacks
Minnesota has only 200 thousand black people and a 43% graduation rate
So the population of black people in a state has NOTHING to do with the graduation rate .
Ummm, my statement is true. If u have 5 black people and see who would pass and then have 100 black people who would pass, I bet the group with 5 will have a higher percentage of passing rate. The more people the higher your chance of the passing rate being lower
lmao...and people say that there's no such thing as a stupid question...
It's not a stupid question, but depending on what experience and mindset you have, you'll react to it negatively.
Some of us had little exposure to open homosexuality until college, so I think it's a valid inquiry.
But then you may wonder, "why does she care?" There's a number of reasons, not necessarily because she's fears their presence. However, that is usually the case. People fear what is different and unfamiliar and attempt to avoid it. When they can't avoid it, they resolve to destroy it. Shyt like that is gonna send the Black church straight to Hell... the G.O.P!
I am a black republican. If u don't like it, suck a dikk (I am back)
I don't know or understand why people get so upset at other people's personal decisions. Especially when these decisions do not affect u
Remember there is always more than one way to get to your career. A good example is how the poster above me went about getting his degree
Clark Atlanta has one of the best mass communication majors in the southeast and among HBCU's.
If u take classes at Clark you will still get a Spelman degree and everything will work out good