From Empire to Nation: The Rise to Self-assertion of Asian and African Peoples
Analyzes racial prejudice and its impact on white as well as black children, and provides wise counsel and a plan for action that is as fresh--and as necessary--as when the book was first written.
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How Children Learn About Race
Society and Childrens Feelings About Race
The Negro Child and Race Prejudice
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