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The African Centered Education Reader I By jesse sharpe
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The African Centered Education Reader II By jesse sharpe
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Bringing the Light Into a New Day: African-centered Rites of Passage By Lathardus Goggins II
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Bringing The Light Into A New Day provides a scaffolding to understand the purpose, function, structure, process and transformative power of the rites of passage process. Light is a metaphor for... More > opportunity, hope and wisdom. Our light is our heritage, a dynamic interaction of the past and future to create new solutions for our present. If we do not bring this light into the new day, then we doom ourselves to be cast in the faint light of others’ interpretations of “our” capabilities. African-American families and communities must bring the light into the new day, so our children can see their unique genius. How to bring this light? African-centered Rites of Passage!< Less
Chapter 7 - The State of Black South Carolina: Believing in Possibilities: The Center of Excellence for the Education and Equity of African American Students By Columbia Urban League
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"Believing in Possibilities: The Center of Excellence for the Education and Equity of African American Students" by Dr. Gloria Swindler Boutte, a Benedict College education professor,... More > highlights "a notable effort" in the state "to ensure that African American children achieve educationally and socially to their fullest potential." The chapter profiles four successful teachers trained by the center to use culturally relevant pedagogy in the teaching of African American students. Culturally relevant pedagogy is the concept of incorporating the students' cultural background -- their cultural, social, educational, political, and economic realities -- into how the students are taught. These examples show that African American students may perform better academically when the teacher is knowledgeable about their cultural background and uses it to teach them.< Less
Juhood: The Journal of Middle Eastern and North African Affairs By Andrea Patina et al.
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Juhood is the namesake of an Arabic word meaning "make every conceivable effort; to do one's utmost." This publication aims to do just that. Juhood: The Journal of Middle Eastern and... More > North African Affairs is a scholarly publication that aims to encourage discussion on the MENA region at Duke University. It aims to provide a diverse array of opinions on the cultures, histories and religions that constitute the region. It strives to be a space in which students can publish research on the Middle East and North Africa. It endeavors to place objectivity and erudition at the center of each contribution.< Less
Juhood: The Journal of Middle Eastern and North African Affairs By Andrew Simon et al.
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Juhood is the namesake of an Arabic word meaning "make every conceivable effort; to do one's utmost." This publication aims to do just that. Juhood: The Journal of Middle Eastern and... More > North African Affairs is a scholarly publication that aims to encourage discussion on the MENA region at Duke University. It aims to provide a diverse array of opinions on the cultures, histories and religions that constitute the region. It strives to be a space in which students can publish research on the Middle East and North Africa. It endeavors to place objectivity and erudition at the center of each contribution.< Less
I Come From Women Who Could Fly By Arts and Science Center
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Catalogue to accompany exhibtition "I Come From Women Who Could Fly: New Work from Delita Martin" presented by the Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas May 29–August 31,... More > 2014. Essay "A Layered Presence" by Courtney Taylor, Curator. Full color plates.< Less
African Basketry: A Gallery of Twill-Plaited Designs and Patterns By Paulus Gerdes
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From the Preface: “Over the years, Paulus Gerdes has established himself as the pre-eminent expert on patterns in African weaving and basketry, and the broader implications of these patterns.... More > … This new book is a broad gallery of plaited African designs. These range over much of the continent while concentrating on those parts of Africa that are closest to his Mozambique center, including Kongo, Mbole and Mangbetu from Congo, Cokwe and Lunda from Angola, Digo from Kenya, Soga from Uganda, Zulu from South Africa, and Makhuwa in Mozambique itself, but including such distant peoples as Bamileke in Cameroon. In Gerdes’ gallery we are shown the love of patterns and symmetries that are the result of centuries of exultant exploration. Enjoy!” Donald W. Crowe Professor of Mathematics, Emeritus University of Wisconsin (220 pp.)< Less