As someone who believes great numbers of middle and high school students of all races need to work harder, Bill Cosby's two recent public challenges to the black community caught my eye. I wondered how those comments were being received. So, I did a Daypop search on "Bill Cosby" and found:
La Shawn Barber He had trackbacks from:
Cobb who has more here that points to blackfeminism.org
The Mulatto Advocate\
and Ramblings' Journal where a comment led to Fuki Blog (nothing on Cosby, but I liked the site!)
Surely there's some criticism of Dr. Cosby's comments out there, but it isn't showing up high in the link charts. From the point of view of policy leadership for public schools, that's a good thing.