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ERIC Number: ED066544
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 202
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Black Image: Education Copes With Color. Essays on the Black Experience.
Grambs, Jean Dresden, Ed.; And Others
The contents of this book, about the impact on the values of young people which textbooks and other books designed for them from preschool through twelfth grade have by the way they depict black people in the United States, include the following articles: (1) "Storytellers and gatekeepers," J. Janis and P. Franklin; (2) "Black vs. Negro history: what are the issues?", J. Grambs and others; (3) "Why good interracial books are hard to find," B. Glancy; (4) "'Dick and Jane' go slumming: instructional materials for the inner-city Negro child," J. Grambs; (5) "Educating for social stupidity: history, government and sociology textbooks," J. Janis; (6) "Their own thing: a review of seven black history guides produced by school systems," J. Janis; (7) "My brother's keeper: a view of blacks in secondary school literature anthologies," J. C. Carr; (8) "Developing racial tolerance with literature on the black inner-city," J. A. Banks; and, (9) "Black image: strategies for change," J. A. Banks. Appendix I is an "Annotated bibliography of integrated and black books for children," compiled by Barbara J. Glancy. The second appendix is entitled "What people read: a bibliography of research and commentary on the contents of textbooks and literary media," compiled by J. Grambs. (JM)
Wm. C. Brown Co., Publishers, 135 S. Locust Street, Dubuque, Iowa 52001 ($2.95)
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