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ERIC Number: ED058351
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 291
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What Black Educators are Saying.
Wright, Nathan, Jr., Ed.
Contents of this book are comprised of five groups of articles: Part I. The Black Educator: "Education for black humanism; a way of approaching it," Preston Wilcox; "The new black dimension in our society," Olivia Pearl Stokes; "The black teacher and black Power," Leslie Campbell; and, "The difference," Leslie Campbell. Part II. The White Establishment: "Urban schoolteaching: the personal touch," Lawrence Hawkins; "The education of black children," M. Lee Montgomery; "The new literature on education of the black child," Edward K. Weaver; "A message to the establishment," interview by Frank Kent with Norma Jean Anderson; and, "Shankerism," Nathan Wright, Jr. Part III. The University Scene: "Financing the black university," Robert S. Browne; "The Afro-American college in American higher education," Darwin T. Turner; "Higher education and the American Negro," Benjamin E. Mays; and, "Can we look to Harvard?" Nathan Wright, Jr. Part IV. Educational Redefinition: "The relevance of education for black Americans" C. Eric Lincoln; "On correct black education," John E. Churchville; "Toward a new system of education," Grace Lee Boggs; "An alternative to miseducation for the Afro-American people," Edwina C. Johnson; and, "Black studies--forecast from hindsight," Nathan Wright, Jr. Part V. Community Involvement and Action: "Community involvement in schools," Alpert Vann; "The civil rights struggle," Samuel W. Allen; "Why have an Ocean Hill-Brownsville?" Rhody McCoy; and, "Building black economic emancipation with ten-dollar building blocks," Ref. L.H. Sullivan. (JM)
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