"No simple solutions in overcoming racial disparities" writes CHID Instructor and Alumnus Max Hunter as Guest Columnist for the Seattle Times

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Max Hunter
"LAST week, Forbes writer Gene Marks created an uproar in the black media with a blog post titled "If I were a Poor Black Kid." Sardonic critics assailed the self-described white, middle-class columnist for his overly simplistic solutions to racial disparities — become literate, study hard, use computers — while ignoring the larger issues that confront low-income black youth." 

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