As someone who grew up in this area, I can say that the Alabama Accountability Act will have a far greater impact on the lives of White people in the Black Belt than Alabama’s now famous immigration law.
It will give middle class and lower income White families in areas of Concentrated Blackness a tax credit which will allow them to pull their children out of the dysfunctional integrated public schools and send them to White Christian private schools which were launched in the 1960s as segregation academies.
The spectacle of Union Springs (AL), a city between Eufaula and Montgomery on US-82 which has been utterly destroyed by the Black Undertow, has always loomed large here as one of the greatest influences on my racial views and one of the biggest motivators to wake up every morning and publish something new on this website:
“UNION SPRINGS, Alabama – In parts of Alabama, in the rural and poor Black Belt counties, there are few options for schooling. There are no complications, no non-failing schools to flee to, no nearby suburban systems. There are just two options.
An almost entirely black public school labeled as failing.
And a mostly white, small Christian school.
So how will the new Alabama Accountability Act play out? …”
As things stand today in places like Bullock County and Barbour County (AL), the wealthier and middle class Whites who can afford private tuition for their children (around $3,500 to $5,000 per child a year) largely avoid the integrated public schools, while the middle class and lower income Whites families who can’t afford private school tuition – such as the 10 White students marooned in the Bullock County public school system – are forced through necessity to subject their children to predominantly black integrated schools.
“In Black Belt counties like Greene, Sumter and Bullock, all residents, from the most affluent to the poorest, share a single school zone. And the high schools in all three counties have been listed as failing in the past and, given some reading scores, are likely candidates to be listed that way in the future.
That means the more affluent students who attend the private academies, opened decades ago in the face of federal intervention, will now be eligible for state support.
“What this law does is essentially say we’re now going to start subsidizing with state funds the private school attendance of those schools that were built to resist desegregation,” said Suitts.”
In Black Run America (BRA), the entire White population is forced to pay taxes to support the federal government’s integrated public schools, regardless of whether they use them or not, and those same failing public schools are showered with federal aid which is confiscated from White taxpayers elsewhere in the country, while the White private schools are underfunded due to having their local tax dollars diverted to the public schools which federal judges handed over to the blacks.
It is an inverted version of Jim Crow where White students now attend the underfunded private schools and black students attend the failing public schools which have greater resources due to federal aid.