|Lori Lightfoot, head of the Police Board and the Police Accountability Task Force at yesterday's city council meeting.|
Cunningham responds... Be sure and read Peter Cunningham's lengthy response in the comments section of last Thursday's blog post. Peter begins by conceding that "concentrated poverty and segregation are part of the problem." But then admits he's lost when it comes to a political strategy to solve either one.
That's a strange admission coming from someone who spent the past seven years as a policy maker at the highest levels of government. It seems to me that should have been one of the first questions Obama's people asked when interviewing him for the Asst. Sec. of Ed post. It shows that deseg and anti-poverty were not very high of the current D.O.E.'s list of priorities.
But since Cunningham is frank about being strategically clueless, I will respond to his comment more fully in the next few days. Readers are, of course, welcome to join in.
Best Tweet of the day.
Woke up this morning and found out that @realDonaldTrump has turned into @JebBush. Kafka's Metamorphosis in reverse. Cockroach into man.— John Warner (@biblioracle) August 25, 2016