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Re: tuskegee syphilis experiment

peace and hotep,

curtis dogheal mctavish, why did you not respond to the tuskegee syphilis experiment.

you said:

"prevention is better than cure and that goes across the board for everything linked with African Americans as well as other dispersed African peoples.
Please tell me of the harm that could result out of Africans taking on a much more conservative outlook for life.
How does a person get a sexually transmitted disease from not having sex? "

i can agree withe you on this and

"HoustonChronicle.com -- http://www.HoustonChronicle.com | Section: Editorial

Aug. 4, 2004, 12:59AM

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Texas schoolbooks should follow curriculum, teach abstinence and information that protects children's sexual health

Staunch supporters of abstinence-only education might never be convinced of the benefits of teaching young people how to protect their sexual well-being. Instruction should include how to avoid pregnancy and a host of diseases no loving parent would want their kid to contract not even as punishment for forgoing abstinence.

Texas law requires these issues to be discussed in class. To ensure that happens, the information must be included in state-approved health texts.

State curriculum standards call for students to be taught to "analyze the effectiveness and ineffectiveness of barrier protection and other contraceptive methods including the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases, keeping in mind the effectiveness of remaining abstinent until marriage." As it stands, three of four health textbooks submitted by publishers for state approval for use by ninth- and 10th-graders during the 2005-06 school year contain no information about contraception.

Lawmakers chose nearly a decade ago to require Texas public health courses to deal with sex from an "abstinence-based" perspective. That does not preclude giving students a comprehensive education about sex and avoiding its pitfalls.

Some hope that if textbooks stress not having sex and omit information about contraception, including barrier methods that can help sexually active students avoid reproductive illnesses, students won't hit upon the idea of having sex. Students live in a culture that is saturated with sexual come-ons; what they need is a complete picture to help them navigate sexual land mines.

Good information will help some teenagers just say no to sex. For those who become sexually active as many will despite the state's best efforts to tamp down their raging hormones the facts of life will help them stay healthy and avoid unwanted pregnancies that lead either to abortions or teen parenthood.

The books' publishers say they have put that information in teachers' supplemental material. That's a fine place to hide information vital to students' health. To many teachers, the absence of the information in the textbook will be a signal not to discuss it. If the material were in the students' book, students would have access to the information even if their teacher was too squeamish to talk about contraception and sexually transmitted diseases."

curtis dogheal mctavish, seems like you forgot that this can not be denied:

THE UNITED INDEPENDENT COMPENSATORY CODE/SYSTEM/CONCEPT which is a textbook for thought, speech, and/or action for victims or racism('white' supremacy) by neely fuller, jr.

neely fuller jr's basic premise is this:

"if you do not understand 'white' supremacy(as racism)-----what it is, and how it works------
everything else that you understand,
will only confuse you".

on page 44 the author lists
Four Basic "Show-Offisms" By/Among the Victims of Racism being:
1. "Showing-Off" (to each other) the things that 'white' people have allowed them to obtain.
2. "Showing-Off" (to each other) the information that 'white' people have allowed them to obtain.
3. "Showing-Off" (to each other) their ability to belittle (each other.)
4. "Showing-Off" (to each other) their ability to make sexual impressions on each other.

his explanation is that many non'white' people spend much time/energy/money "Showing-Off" (to each other).

they do this as a means of trying to make the overall effects of racism ('white'supremacy) on their "personal affairs" seem unimportant and/or non-existent.

this 'show-offism' serves no constructive purpose. it only helps non-'white' people to become more pitiful, primitive, stupid and/or silly, incomparison to the activities of 'white'supremacist, and/or, in comparison to 'white' people in general.

on page 64 neely fuller jr states:
DO NOT ACCUSE ANY NON-'WHITE' PERSON. OR PERSONS, OF BEING RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY OF YOUR ECONOMIC PROBLEMS.

reason/explanation being that in a socio-material system dominated by 'white' supremacists(racist), the 'white' supremacist are responsible for all problems involving the people who are subject to them.

curtis dogheal mctavish, you obviously do not overstand just what 'white'supremacy/racism is....

you did say,

"These thoughts and notes of what the "white man" has done or is doing is irrelevant."

you must be 'white'.

it's all a game, son, but

i hate sports because we waste energy that should be directed at our main problems.

freedomisahapislave

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