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 Dr. Susan E. Rice

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Date d'inscription : 21/08/2006

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MessageSujet: Dr. Susan E. Rice   Mer 26 Nov 2008 - 10:27

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"I just get pissed off at that old school mentality that says, 'Well, somebody's got a white mother or a white father and they ain't black enough,' or, 'They went to Harvard, so they can't be really down.'
When we gonna get past that? It's old thinking to assume that what's good for African-Americans is the opposite of what's good for white folks.
Why do we have to have that zero sum mentality at this point?
Why can't we all get better healthcare and better education? I'm an optimist. And so when I get angry, it's easy for me to channel it into just doing more and doing it harder and trying to do it better. --
SUSAN RICE

About Susan Rice

Dr. Susan Rice was raised in Washington D.C. and growing up in the world of politics helped shape her life. Her father was a governor of the Federal Reserve and her mother is an education policy scholar. Rice got her first taste of power as the student council president at the National Cathedral School for Girls, where she was also valedictorian.

Rice graduated from Stanford University with a degree in History in 1986. As a Rhodes Scholar she earned her Master of Philosophy and Doctor of Philosophy from New College in Oxford. Her dissertation was honored as the United Kingdom's most distinguished dissertation in International Relations by the Chatham House-British International Studies Association.

After beginning her career as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company, she worked for the National Security Council from 1993-1997. For two years she was the Director for International Organizations and Peacekeeping, and then she was named the Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for African Affairs. For the next four years she served as the Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs.
In 2001, Rice went to work for the Brookings Institution, one of the oldest think tanks in America. She is on leave from her position there while she serves as foreign policy adviser to presidential candidate Barack Obama.


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MessageSujet: Re: Dr. Susan E. Rice   Mer 26 Nov 2008 - 10:45

Growing up, her father told her to "never use race as an excuse or advantage", and as a young girl she "dreamed of becoming the first U.S. Senator from the District of Columbia." She also held "lingering fears" that her accomplishments would be diminished by people who attributed them to affirmative action.
Afimativ Aktion kap fe yon moun antre gwo kôtè, men sepandan se komesans ak bonn manye ki fe yon moun retè e gen respè.

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Secretary of State Madeline Albright is a longtime mentor and family friend to Rice, who urged Clinton to appoint Rice as Assistant Secretary of State.[3] Rice was not the first choice of Congressional Black Caucus leaders, who considered Rice a member of "Washington's assimilationist black elite."

Yo toujou ap vini avek bagay sa yo. Si yon nwa pa aktivist, dwa sivil memm jan ak Jesse Jackson ou byen Al Sharpton, si yo gen pô tro kle, se lelite ke yo we.
Sanble ke se pa an Ayiti selman ke nou gen problem sa yo.

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When Rice left for the State Department after five years in the White House, a colleague gave her a Zulu shield. She would need it, the friend explained, to fight the entrenched foreign-service bureaucracy. In fact, the flak started flying even before Rice had moved to Foggy Bottom. She filled a job that for decades had been held by a series of middle-aged career Africanists. Longtime bureaucrats griped that she was too green, that she was a political hire. Some complained that she had the same problem as many Clinton appointees: youthful arrogance. "
She doesn't know what she doesn't know," says one Africa expert who deals with her. "And she doesn't tolerate dissenters." Some of the African press suggested that Rice would have little influence with traditional African male leaders. "It may be splendidly progressive of Clinton to place his Africa policy in the care of relatively young women," wrote Simon Barber in the South African Business Day. "On the other hand, he's utterly ignoring a cultural reality." Rice dismisses that concern.
"They have no choice but to deal with me on professional terms. I represent the United States of America," she says. "Yeah, they may do a double take, but then they have to listen to what you say, how you say it and what you do about what you say."

Susan Rice, yon famm ki gen "gason" sou li!!

Anpil gason ki gen mantalite macho pa bay famm respe ke famm meritè, e se yon bagay pou nou konbat nan sosyete a.
Nou gen aktyelman yon famm kom Premye Minis an Ayiti, nou gen yon famm ki Gouverne peyi Kanada!
Tout sa se bel akonplisman pou nou honore e respekte pou pitit fi nou kap grandi e ki yon jou kap vinn yon ladan yo.

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MessageSujet: Re: Dr. Susan E. Rice   Mer 26 Nov 2008 - 11:00

Mwen pat wè li nan presantatyon Obama ki plas li pral okipe nan prochen administratypn an?Eske li ap rete nan State Depatman an ?Eske nou li atik ki nan MSNCBC ki komante sou moun ke Obama ap kite nan defans depatman an.Menm si se pou youn lane mwen pa wè poukisa Gneral Clarke pa ta ka ranpli job saa.Pos sa two enpotan pou li kite li nan men youn moun ki te servi nan kabinè Georges bush la.Obma te dwe konsilte ansyen Senatè Nunn poul konnen si Nunn pa enterese anvan li te pran desisyon kite nonmm saa nan defans.

mwen pa kont ke li servi ak kek repibliken non paske nan la vi saa tout moun konnen youn sel dwet pa manje kalalou ,men tou fok ou konnen moun ki chita tou pre asyet ou a sou tab la poul pa glise youn pon gongon pou manje.
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