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ERIC Number: ED069445
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 75
Abstractor: N/A
A Selected Annotated Bibliography of Material Relating to Racism, Blacks, Chicanos, Native Americans, and Multi Ethnicity. Volume I.
Michigan Education Association, East Lansing.
The primary focus of this annotated bibliography is on material which the Michigan Education Association believes to be most representative of the realities that relate to the involvement and contributions of Blacks, Chicanos, and Native Americans and the climate of the times during which such involvement and contributions occurred. Its purpose, then, is to provide classroom teachers and educators with a practical instrument by which they can become aware of meaningful resources that will help foster in teachers and students an awareness of and appreciation for the plural ethnicity of our society, which heretofore has been nonexistent in most school environments in America. Additionally, the bibliography is intended to serve as one factor in motivating and facilitating school districts to modify their present curriculum in order to include ethnic and cultural diversity in each curriculum component. Documents date from 1945 to 1972, but the majority of the publications date from the middle and late 60s. Novels, biographies, periodicals, records, films, and filmstrips comprise the 294 entries in this material. (HBC)
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Authoring Institution: Michigan Education Association, East Lansing.