Educating African American males: Detroit's Malcolm X Academy solution

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Third World Press, 1996 - Education - 128 pages
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Documents the success stories of Detroit's Malcolm X Academy.

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Chapter Five Philosophy Curriculum and
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Chapter Seven It Takes A Nation of Millions
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Geneva Smitherman is University Distinguished Professor of English and Director of the African American Language and Literacy Program at Michigan State University. The author of BLACK TALK: WORDS AND PHRASES FROM THE HOOD TO THE AMEN CORNER and TALKIN THAT TALK: LANGUAGE, CULTURE AND EDUCATION IN AFRICAN AMERICA and the editor of AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN SPEAK OUT ON ANITA HILL-CLARENCE THOMAS, she also directs the My Brother's Keeper Program in Detroit.

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