5.17.2006

Danielle is America's Next Top Model (But is the Competition Rigged based on Race?)

Congratulations to Danielle! BUT, are we the only ones who think this "competition" is rigged based on race? It seems like every other season the winner is a person of color? Eva is African American, Nicole is White, Danielle is African American- Our guess is next season's winner will be White. ANTM doesn't want to alienate any segment of its audience, but as a result it's becoming a bit predictable.

If YOU want to be on America's Next Top Model the deadline for ANTM applications and videotape submissions is Friday, August 18, 2006. Get the application HERE if you think you have what it takes to be the next Eva, Nicole or Danielle!

4 Comments:

Blogger jeopardygirl said...

Well, then how do you explain that a white girl (Adrianne) won the first cycle, and yet ANOTHER white girl (Yoanna) won the second cycle?

1:42 PM  
Blogger MissPR said...

Jeopardygirl--
Yeah I know about Adrienne and Yoanna (and Naima too). The point is that after the success of the first two seasons, it's obvious that the producers want to maintain their "diverse" audience, so they make sure that not all AA or white contestants win back to back. They threw Naima in there bcuz she's "safe" since she's biracial. Let's see if another AA contestant wins next season...Highly unlikely!

2:46 PM  
Blogger The Blog said...

She is so gorgeous. She deserved to win.Joanie just wasn't good enough. I personally would have went for Jade, but I knew the judges werent' gonna pick her.
Nicole on

6:04 PM  
Blogger Matthew Lynch said...

Matthew and the Money Tree

By Matthew Lynch


ISBN: 0-9779608-5-4
Format: Hardcover
Price: $14.95
Publishing Company: Lynch Publishing
Publication Date: July, 2005
Distributors: Baker&Taylor /QualityBooks
Genre: Children’s Books

Hi, my name is Matthew Lynch and my childrens book, Matthew and the Money Tree will be availabe for sale on July 15, 2006. If you have children between the ages of 3-11, then you should really consider purchasing his book. The moral of the story is that you do not need to have money to be happy. Please support the book!!!


Money Tree Summary

When Matthew’s father tells him a chimerical tale of a legendary money tree, Matthew decides to venture out into the woods in search of the money tree and the adventure begins. Please join Mathew on his entertaining quest, in which above all he learns the true meaning of happiness. Matthew and the Money Tree is a wonderful tale for children and adults alike.

Author’s Biography

Matthew Lynch is an Exceptional Education Teacher at Sykes Elementary in the Jackson Public School District. He is also the owner of Lynch Consulting Group, LLC, an educational consulting firm. He is currently pursuing a Doctoral degree at Jackson State University majoring in Early Childhood Education, with a cognate in Administration.

For additional info, visit his websites:
www.lynchconsultinggroup.com
www.matthewlynch.bravehost.com
www.matthewandthemoneytree.bravehost.com
www.closingtheachievementgap.bravehost.com

To purchase the book please visit the following websites:
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Matthew Lynch
2324 Princess Pine Dr.
Jackson, Ms 39212
(601) 506-0382(W)
(601) 373-1552(H)
Lynch39083@aol.com

Book Description

In Closing the Racial Academic Achievement Gap, Matthew Lynch presents theories, research, and suggested practices that can be used to instruct, discipline and motivate African American Children. This book is intended for educators (pre and in-service), administrators, parents, etc., who are charged with the duty of cultivating the minds of African American children. With the arrival of the No Child Left Behind act, the so-called "RacialAchievement Gap" has attracted more concern and controversy than ever before. According to this timely analysis, the myth of the racial achievement gap has nothing to do with genetics—and everything to do with a host of embarrassing yet reversible social and pedagogical failures, including low teacher expectations, unrealistic timetables for learning goals, irrelevant curricula, ineffective teaching methods, careless administrators, poor parental involvement, negative peer groups, and self-esteem issues. For every problem raised, the book offers a level-headed solution, culminating in a plan for closing the supposed racial achievement gap for good.

Mr. Lynch also points out that teachers and administrators will no longer be allowed to let children of color fall through the cracks without facing serious repercussions. Therefore, teachers, parents, and administrators need to be increasingly aware of the latest research in multicultural education in order to help African American children realize their full potential, an arduous task for children of any race, and this book seeks to assist them in the realization of this goal. Closing the Racial Academic Achievement Gap, is a must have for teachers, administrators, parents, etc.

Book Info


Format: Paperback
ISBN: 0974900060, 150 pages
Publication Date: April 28
Publisher: African American Images

Closing the Racial Academic Achievement Gap, can be ordered directly from African American Images by visiting their aforementioned website or toll free at 1-800-552-1991.

Or

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Contact Information

Matthew Lynch
2324 Princess Pine Dr.
Jackson, Ms 39212
(601) 506-0382(W)
(601) 373-1552(H)
Lynch39083@aol.com


About the Author

Mr. Lynch has experience as a professional educator, grant reviewer, grant writer, and author. He is currently employed as an Exceptional Education Teacher at Sykes Elementary School and is the CEO of Lynch Consulting Group, LLC. Lynch Consulting Group, LLC, is a comprehensive consulting firm that provides innovative educational & business consulting solutions to K-12 & Higher Education institutions, nonprofit organizations, various levels of government, as well as members of the business sector.

He is also a Doctoral Candidate at Jackson State University majoring in Early Childhood Education, with a cognate in Educational Administration. He is also the author of Closing the Racial Academic Achievement Gap, and an upcoming children’s book, entitled Matthew and the Money Tree. Closing the Racial Academic Achievement Gap has a publication date of April 28, 2006. Mr. Lynch is a contributing columnist for the Mississippi Link, one of only three African American Newspapers in Mississippi and Emerging Minds, an online magazine devoted to uplifting the African American community. He is also the founder of Project E.P.I.P.H.A.N.Y, a research based mentoring program. Born and raised in Mississippi, he currently resides in Jackson, Mississippi.

The following are workshops that are available to be presented along with Mr. Lynch’s book Closing the Racial Academic Achievement Gap.

Workshops

1. The Factors and Statistics that Contribute to Black Student Underachievement
2. Role Call: Who’s Accountable for the Academic Failure of African American Children
3. Responding to Misbehavior and Academic Failure
4. Culturally Responsive Instruction
5. Upholding High Expectations for African American Children
6. Parental Involvement
7. Homework S.O.S. for Parents
8. Closing the Racial Achievement Gap
9. Educating African American Children in the Age of Technology
For additional information about Mr. Lynch, Lynch Consulting Group, LLC, or his workshop rates please visit the following websites:

www.lynchconsultinggroup.com
www.matthewlynch.bravehost.com

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