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|Title:||Our Moral Duty Educating Minority Students in the United States (Volume 1 - The First 100 Years)|
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Minority Serving Institutions: Educating All Students. Marybeth Gasman, University of Pennsylvania Clifton F. Conrad, University of Wisconsin, Madison & Associates. Minority Serving Institutions: Educating All Students. MSIs enroll over 20 percent of all college students in the United States, and for decades they have been doing the majority of the work of educating and empowering minority and low-income students. Along the way, they have developed many strategies for helping these often-underprepared students succeed in college. The mission of Paul Quinn College is to transform our students into servant leaders (people who practice educational, ethical, and economic leadership) who embrace our institutional ethos of We over Me. We over Me translates to the needs of the community take precedence over the wants of an individual.
Harm to Others is the first volume in a fourvolume work entitled The Moral Limits of the Criminal Law that addresses the question, What acts may the state rightly make criminal? Feinberg identifies four libertylimiting, or, principles, each of which is the subject of a volume of his book. In the first volume, Feinberg looks at the principle of harm to others – or the harm principle – which John Stuart Mill identified as the only libertylimiting principle. After addressing difficult examples such as moral harm, vicious harm, prenatal harm, and posthumous harm, Feinberg considers both the moral status of a failure to prevent harm and the problems related to assessing, comparing, and imputing harms.
19 Simmons, The Duty to Obey and Our Natural Moral Duties, 148–49. 37 In this context, please banish from your mind any association of this discussion with the high profile Constitutional decisions made by the Supreme Court of the United States. Further, there is no reason why the duty cannot extend to nongeographical communities in the proper circumstances. 46 Simmons, The Duty to Obey and Our Natural Moral Duties, 148–49.
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How ought we to justify our moral judgments? To take a concrete case, consider the fact that throughout much of the Western world, poor and ethnic minority children are significantly less likely than their richer white counterparts to receive a satisfactory education. Although we can make some judgments about this fact in purely descriptive terms – perhaps judging it to be an inefficiency in the education system – we also make judgments about it in prescriptive terms. The first step of this test is to recognize what our plan of action is in a particular circumstance. In the educational inequality case, people who feel neutral or positive sentiments when considering poor or minority students receiving a bad education are unlikely to feel comfortable about having those same sentiments in relation to rich white people like themselves receiving a bad education.
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