CRISIS IN THE CLASSROOM
By Dr. Benjamin Carson, Benjamin Crump Esq., and Armstrong Williams
A must-read. This compelling set of essays by three leading, independent, and highly respected voices takes on the range of challenges facing underserved communities. Whatever their difference is, they all agree on the moral imperative to address the Civil Rights issue of our time – the failure of our inner-city schools to provide a quality education to all children. The time has come for fundamental change.
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About the Authors
Dr. Ben Carson
For almost thirty years Dr. Benjamin Carson served as the director of pediatric neurosurgery at the Johns Hopkins Medical Center. He then served as the 17th Secretary of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. He's the founder and chairman of the American Cornerstone Institute, co-founder of the Carson Scholars fund, and has a long record of Endeavors to improve educational outcomes for all children. Dr. Carson is a recipient of the presidential medal of freedom, the highest civilian honor in the land, and he holds more than 70 honorary doctorate degrees.
Benjamin Crump, Esq.
Attorney Benjamin Crump is listed among the most influential people of 2021 by Time100, Ebony Magazine's power 100 most influential African-Americans, and is among the National Trial Lawyers' top 100 lawyers. He is the founder and principal owner of Ben Crump law and is referred to as black America's attorney general. Threw a steadfast dedication to Justice and service, civil rights, and personal injury, attorney Benjamin Crump has established himself as one of the nation's foremost lawyers and advocates for social justice.
Armstrong Williams is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and author of three earlier books. Called "one of the most recognized conservative voices in America" by The Washington Post, he is a pugnacious, provocative, and principled voice for the conservatives and Christian values in America's public debate. Williams is the founder and host of a weekly nationally syndicated television show, The Armstrong Williams Show, which airs on Sinclair broadcast group network Affiliates across the United States. The program features human interest in political topics including interviews with leading lights and experts from across the political Spectrum. He is the founder and CEO of Howard Stirk Holdings, a holding company that owns broadcast television stations around the United States, designating Williams as the second largest minority broadcast television. In the United States.