Janice S. Ellis, Ph.D.

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Heritage and Lineage Impact Education April 8, 2015

A person’s heritage and lineage can have a major impact on educational achievement. The importance of each of these forces goes beyond the physical, mental and economic health of an individual. Imagine the void created if you do not know about either. Lineage and heritage impact, often govern, our sense of anticipation, expectation and level of productivity as…

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Global Warming and Racism Likeness April 2, 2015

By Janice S. Ellis, Ph.D., Kansas City, MO — What does global warming and racism have in common? Denial by many that either exists, despite seeing signs and examples of both all around us. Global warming and racism likeness is noteworthy. Racism, like global warming, is pervasive and destructive. Their negative impact is preventable, but only if are…

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Our Love Hate Relationship with Color March 18, 2015

By Janice S. Ellis, Ph.D., Kansas City, MO —   Color in all of its richness seems to be welcomed in many, if not every, aspect of our lives except when it comes to other human beings – of color, that is. When it comes to people, suddenly different colors and shades provoke closed mindedness rather…

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Black Folk and White Folk March 12, 2015

By Janice S. Ellis, Ph.D., Kansas City, MO — Black folk and white folk, alike, have some deep-seated and unflattering views about each other. Many are pervasive and, sadly, too often make us comfortable going about our daily lives disrespecting, judging and avoiding any meaningful association. Here are some common views that control our thoughts and perceptions…

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Ferguson Report Shows Raw Racism March 6, 2015

By Janice S. Ellis, Ph.D., Kansas City, MO — The Ferguson report shows raw racism that is unbridled, bold, and unchecked. The U.S. Justice Department report on the behavior of the police department and city hall in Ferguson, Missouri shows long-standing racism and inequality that exist between how blacks and whites are treated. But do these…

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Local News Hurt Race Relations February 24, 2015

By Janice S. Ellis, Ph.D., Kansas City, MO — Local news hurt race relations by focusing on and reporting only the latest crimes taken from police blotters. A community of people deserves more coverage than a segment involving the police beat. What about all the other good things, which is the norm, that go on but…

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Expand Black History in Schools February 20, 2015

Expand Black History in Schools By Janice S. Ellis, Ph.D., Kansas City, MO — Expand black history in schools by including it in the books and course work being taught in classes from kindergarten to College. It should be an educational requirement in school districts all across America. It is 2015. Let us begin a…

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Strengthening The Black Family February 10, 2015

By Janice S. Ellis, Ph.D., Kansas City, MO – Strengthening the black family unit is key for a better future. As we focus on Black History month, among the very rewarding things we can do to help our future heritage will be to rededicate our efforts to empower and support strong and stable family units. Sociologists proclaim…

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Abolish Black History Month February 2, 2015

By Janice S. Ellis, Ph.D., Kansas City, MO — Black history month should be abolished and the focus should be on correcting history books instead, along with the many other disparities that institutionalized and systemic racism in education breeds. Black History month as a corrective measure is like applying a Band-Aid here and an aspirin there…

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Sunday Most Racially Segregated February 1, 2015

By Janice S. Ellis, Ph.D., Kansas City, MO — Sunday, whether intentional or non-intentional, is arguably the most racially-segregated day of the week in America. Whether you attend worship services in a church located in the urban core, a suburban area, or in the valleys and hillsides along winding country roads, it is very likely…

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