The Mis-Education of the Negro (Google eBook)
In 1933, American historian and educator Carter Woodson delivered a powerful denouncement of "Euro-centric" school curricula that inspired black Americans to demand relevant learning opportunities inclusive of their own culture and heritage. Similar thoughts, expressed in other addresses and articles, formed the basis for this landmark work by the pioneering crusader of black education.
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Review: The Mis-Education of the NegroUser Review - Liza - Goodreads
The saddest part of this book is the fact that these problems/issues can be seen today. I don't think or believe that much has changed since the writing of this book. Read full review
Review: The Mis-Education of the NegroUser Review - Zalee Harris - Goodreads
This book was a birthday present given to me by a very close friend. After all the reading, research, radical speeches I'd given, my friend said I sounded like Mr. Woodson. What a shame, I did. This book depressed me. Don't worry. I found my Joy! Read full review