Tag Archives: equality

BUT SHE WAS JUST SO SWEET

Emily was such a darling; she had everything it took to qualify as a teacher’s pet.  Everything except brain power!  However, Emily and I could work around that.  I just gave her things she could do with just a little … Continue reading

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EQUITY? HEIGHT OF RACISM

“Rather than providing all individuals with equal opportunities to succeed, equity segregates individuals by race or sex while simultaneously driving the narrative of oppressor and victim.” “It calls for institutions to treat people unequally, purportedly to achieve an equal outcome.  https://ussanews.com/2022/06/15/equity-vs-equality-the-biden-administrations-dangerous-push-for-equity-at-all-costs/ First, … Continue reading

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UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL

WHAT WE HAVE BECOME NOW THAT WE HAVE A PRESIDENT WHO PROMISED TO BRING US ALL TOGETHER. HE IS DOING THAT BY EQUITY VS EQUALITY!?!????!!!! (See google excerpt below.) Isn’t that exactly opposite of being united? And isn’t the CRT … Continue reading

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RACISM AND ME – 2020

Yesterday’s reblog shows  where I stood last year – the year we now see as peaceful, normal; the year we long to go back to – the year I was only charged with racism!  Yelling racism became so rampant it … Continue reading

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CAPITALISM, MY VIEW AS A CHRISTIAN

https://onetahayes.com/2018/09/13/socialism-is-not-charity-part-1/ At the link above, I posted about Socialism as seen in the New Testament.  I  said I would be back to take a look at Capitalism from the point of the New Testament.  Well, Ta-Da, I am back—only six … Continue reading

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LET’S HEAR IT FOR ALEX

THIS IS NOT A POST FOR MEN!  This is a post for women mostly younger than I.  (Who is not?)  My generation started the “women in the work force” movement – the time for women to be free – whoopee! … Continue reading

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