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Sunday, September 22, 2013

Health Care and Brown v Board of Education

Health Care and Education 

Knowledge is  Key to Overcoming Obstacles and Disabilities

  1. If You Don't Know, "You Better Ask Somebody"
  2. Seek and You will Find, Details are Hidden In Plain Sight
  3. Verify @ Health Care Market Place . 


States with Large Minority Populations have refused to participate in Health Care reform.
 Acts reminiscent of States resistance to Brown v Board of Education, will Overwhelmingly affect Afro and Latino Americans. These acts clearly illustrates, the more it is said "things have changed", obviously they undoubtedly in must cases Remained the Same.

Examples of Resistance to  "Brown v Board of Education"
Texas Attorney General John Ben Shepperd organized a campaign to generate legal obstacles to implementation of desegregation.[29]
In Virginia, Senator Harry F. Byrd, Sr. organized the Massive Resistance movement that included the closing of schools rather than desegregating them.[28] See, for example, The Southern Manifesto. For more implications of the Brown decision, see Desegregation.

If you live in Texas or other Resistant  States, you’ll use this website,, to apply for coverage, compare plans, and enroll. Specific plans and prices will be available on October 1, 2013, when Marketplace open enrollment begins. Coverage can start as soon as January 1, 2014.

Understand, Knowledge and Health is, For The Future

  1. Future Generation must Seek to Thrive on Knowledge to avoid being hobbled by the Lack of Knowledge
  2. If one Achieves Knowledge, then resistances by others becomes an Annoyance not a Hindrance
  3. Without Knowledge dependency becomes the Only Option
  4. Life void of  Knowledge, is a Battle of Self Affliction