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Two years after Charlottesville, Trump stokes divisions with…

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  Trump’s White House is enmeshed in the politics of race exactly two years after the violent marches at Charlottesville. Meanwhile, Trump is fueling conspiracy theories about the death of Jeffrey Epstein. Michelle Bernard, Phil Rucker, and Annie Karni, discuss. VIDEO HERE: Date: August 12, 2019

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Education Equality Now: Bernard Center Releases Hard-Hitting Ad Campaign Calling on Americans to be Foot Soldiers for School Choice

Contact: Christina Jamison-Mozaffari Email: cjamison@bernardcenter.org Phone: (301) 807-5868   Education Equality Now: Bernard Center Releases Hard-Hitting Ad Campaign Calling on Americans to be Foot Soldiers for School Choice Potomac, MD (February 8, 2012) – Black History Month should be a catalyst for dramatically improving America’s education system and embracing school choice, according to a hard-hitting advertising campaign […]

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The Grinch Who Wants to Change the Channel on the Best Holiday Food Ads

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It’s more than likely that “Grinch” isn’t the only colorful descriptor being applied to federal bureaucrats this holiday season.  It may be the most fitting, however, considering “voluntary” guidelines offered this year by the Interagency Working Group on Food Marketed to Children (IWG).  If approved, these guidelines would severely restrict which foods can be advertised […]

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Advertising Isn’t the Obesity Boogeyman

Published in Townhall.com.  With nearly one in three American children overweight, it’s easy to question why anyone would oppose voluntary government guidelines that would severely restrict which foods can be marketed to children. What isn’t addressed by many is the theory behind these proposed guidelines, crafted by a gang of four government agencies called the […]

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Baraka Boys: Escaping Your Zip Code

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Speaking before an enthusiastic audience at the Dorothy I. Height Community Academy Public Charter School on Wednesday, February 9, 2011, Michelle D. Bernard, president and CEO of the Bernard Center for Women, Politics & Public Policy said that too often in America, the quality of a child’s education “depends on one’s zip code.” Bernard, who […]

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Mother Behind Bars Becoming Media Star

ABC News is the latest major media outlet to take note of Kelley Williams-Bolar, the Ohio mother who is spending 10 days behind bars because she tried to get a better education for her daughters. As friends of the Bernard Center will recall, Ms. Williams-Bolar, a single mother who lives in a housing project, was sent to jail […]

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