Today on Context Florida, Bob Sparks shares the “PolitiFacts of Life” with a view that would make Mark Twain proud; and regarding education for students with autism, Julie Delegal shares why it is essential that we make good on our promise to “build ramps for people whose minds are wired differently.”
Darryl Paulson shares the seventh in his series on black voting in Florida, this time looking at how the Democratic party adopted policies to suppress black voting. His next installment will do the same for the Republican party.
Finally, Gary Stein argues that it’s time to stop buying into the “Couch Potatoes and Welfare Queen” stereotypes and instead “treat each person as a precious commodity.”
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