David Horiwitz said that the most underprivileged groups are those of minorities under local Democratic rule. I think we’ll find that out to be true in the Richmond case.
A friend of the Richmond, California, gang rape victim thinks the school district is doing too little too late. In a CNN interview, Kami Baker says the school district should have taken a bigger interest in beefing up security before the October 24 attack that shocked the country.
Baker faced off with Charles Ramsey, a board member of the West Contra Costa County Unified School District. Baker said the district had not adequately responded to past incidents at the school and she didn’t expect that they would in the future.
The video of the interchange was below. Click here for a previous article based on Baker’s impassioned statement before a public meeting.
Besides increased security, many have suggested that lack of parental involvement and fatherless families are at the root of much juvenile violence in places like Richmond. Click here for a previous article that discusses that.
Click here for a previous article on a statement that was issued by the girl’s family at a public meeting on Saturday, October 31.
Click here for a previous article based on the CNN interview with the woman who reported the rape to police.
Click here for a CNN interview with Coach Carter and his plans to return to Richmond High.
Click here to go to a slideshow with photos related to the case.
Click here for a story on a anti-violence community rally
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