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One Man's Experience Strikes Familiar Chord

February 11, 1990

I personally think the problem lies with our educational system, in that the Afro power structure will not demand that black history and true-to-real-life job training be taught to all students on an equal basis from junior high through graduate school.

I am of the opinion that if this were to be done, the stigma of color would eventually fade away and all people would be accepted on the basis of their character and ability and not on the circumstance of their color.

Best wishes to Bean for upward mobility and success in fighting racism at every opportunity.

RAYMOND L. JACKSON, San Fernando

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