- In Chicago 1995 the City Of Chicago had a resource constraint in which 26,000 applicants applied for firefighter positions. The city decided to set the scoring cut off for the exam at "89". 6,000 Black applicants transacted upon their ASSUMED INFERIORITY and filed a lawsuit claiming that this rate was too "high" for Black people and that it had "disparate impact"
- In Atlanta 2010 the City of Atlanta had openings for firefighter promotions. The Black firefighters formed a "study group" so that they could ace the test. Most of them in the study group averaged a score of "96". The WHITE firefighters who failed to form their own study group filed a grievance with the city, demanding that it confirm that the Blacks did not cheat.
Question: Of the two real world scenarios listed above - Which one is the "Strong Black" position?". Which is the "Black Inferiority" position?
Which case will cost the city more than $50 million in damages which the near bankrupt city could have applied to their majority Black school system instead of having public money flow into the private pockets of the aggrieved and their lawyers?
Guess which one Jesse Jackson applauded?
When does a "victory" prove to be too costly upon your own character , soul and competency?