ERIC Number: ED084320
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
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The Education of Black Folk: The Afro-American Struggle for Knowledge in White America.
Ballard, Allen B.
Contents of this book, by the Dean for Academic Development at the City University of New York since 1969 and former director of City College's SEEK program, are organized in eight chapters, as follows: (1) The Educational Color Line in America; (2) Make the Cruel Oppressor Tremble!; The Early Search for a Theory of Black Higher Education; (3) It's Just That Our Entire College is White!; The Black Question and White Higher Education, 1865-1970; (4) Power to the People: Racial Strife on the Campuses, 1965-71; (5) Bridging the Gap: Compensatory Education Programs in White Colleges; (6) Blackening the Curriculum: White Universities and Black Studies; (7) "It Can Mean, God Help Us, the Admission of Everybody!" Open Admissions: A Case Study in the Politics of Race in Higher Education; (8) Whiter Black Education? (Author/JM)
Descriptors: Black Education, Black Power, Black Studies, College Curriculum, College Desegregation, Compensatory Education, Educational History, Educational Philosophy, Educational Policy, Higher Education, Open Enrollment, Public Policy, Racial Segregation
Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc., 10 East 53rd St., New York, N.Y. 10022 ($6.95)
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