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Africans and Americans: Embracing Cultural Differences By Joseph Mbele
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This book discusses differences between African and American culture, to help prevent cultural miscommunications which might poison or ruin relationships between Africans and Americans. I am lucky to... More > have lived in both Africa and America, and I feel privileged and obliged to share my views and experiences with others< Less
Africans and Americans: Embracing Cultural Differences By Joseph Mbele
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This book discusses differences between African and American culture, to help prevent cultural miscommunications which might poison or ruin relationships between Africans and Americans. I am lucky to... More > have lived in both Africa and America, and I feel priviledged and obliged to share my views and experiences with others.< Less
Africans and Americans: Embracing Cultural Differences By Joseph Mbele
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This book discusses differences between African and American culture, to help prevent cultural miscommunications which might poison or ruin relationships between Africans and Americans. I am lucky to... More > have lived in both Africa and America, and I feel priviledged and obliged to share my views and experiences with others.< Less
African American Filmmakers By D Johnson
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For those feeling a dearth of Movies about Black Culture, hopefully this list will introduce you to some directors/films about Black Culture/People that you never knew existed. Or just inform you on... More > a few films that you may not have ever known were made by Black Directors.< Less
African American Prose Review By Angela Khristin Brown
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a collection of short prose written on black culture. An outstanding collection of prose used to entice the reader with dialog about culture and society which is a true inspiration of work about folk... More > prose. It is the voice within us that important data is no longer over looked or ignored. Prose is created upon racial, ethnic and domestic themes. The nature of the poems is the ideas that circulate within our minds.< Less
Culturally Specific Treatment: A Model for the Treatment of African-American Clients By Hattie Wash Psy.D.
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Many low-income African-Americans continue to be harmed by problems with alcohol and addiction. The crumbling of urban African-American communities is one of the reasons that have been cited for an... More > increase in addictive behaviors. Illicit drugs have also flooded African-American neighborhoods—making the problem worse. This updated version of her groundbreaking book includes other African-American client populations and a new title. Additionally, a group treatment approach has been added to the model—one that calls for clinicians to understand the history, cultural and psychosocial development of African-Americans from slavery to the present day. The focus is on treating four interrelated relationship areas: physical/biological, political/economic, social/interpersonal, and traditional/spiritual. Everyone is affected by addiction, but it affects different groups differently—and to battle it, we must promote Culturally Specific Treatment.< Less
Culturally Specific Treatment: A Model for the Treatment of African-American Clients By Hattie Wash. Psy.D.
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Many low-income African-Americans continue to be harmed by problems with alcohol and addiction. The crumbling of urban African-American communities is one of the reasons that have been cited for an... More > increase in addictive behaviors. Illicit drugs have also flooded African-American neighborhoods—making the problem worse. This updated version of her groundbreaking book includes other African-American client populations and a new title. Additionally, a group treatment approach has been added to the model—one that calls for clinicians to understand the history, cultural and psychosocial development of African-Americans from slavery to the present day. The focus is on treating four interrelated relationship areas: physical/biological, political/economic, social/interpersonal, and traditional/spiritual. Everyone is affected by addiction, but it affects different groups differently—and to battle it, we must promote Culturally Specific Treatment.< Less
Culturally Specific Treatment: A Model for the Treatment of African-American Clients By Hattie Wash. Psy.D.
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Many low-income African-Americans continue to be harmed by problems with alcohol and addiction. The crumbling of urban African-American communities is one of the reasons that have been cited for an... More > increase in addictive behaviors. Illicit drugs have also flooded African-American neighborhoods—making the problem worse. This updated version of her groundbreaking book includes other African-American client populations and a new title. Additionally, a group treatment approach has been added to the model—one that calls for clinicians to understand the history, cultural and psychosocial development of African-Americans from slavery to the present day. The focus is on treating four interrelated relationship areas: physical/biological, political/economic, social/interpersonal, and traditional/spiritual. Everyone is affected by addiction, but it affects different groups differently—and to battle it, we must promote Culturally Specific Treatment.< Less
Semiotics of African American Culture in Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon By Stephanie Denise Johnson
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Song of Solomon remains close to its literary roots by motifs prevalent in its text. These motifs, search for identity, oral tradition, and flight, are some of the many distinguishing... More > characteristics, or semiotics, of the African American literary canon. Morrison uses this text and its themes to convey meaning and to teach a powerful lesson to her audience: it is imperative to honor our ancestors by acknowledging, understanding, and reverencing their importance to world history. The wisdom the reader gains from the lesson frees her or him to prepare for a more viable future.< Less
Sankofa: African Americans in Rhode Island By Haffenreffer Museum
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A standards-linked resource packet for teaching about African American History and Culture in Rhode Island. Recommended for grades six through eight. A free electronic version is available on our... More > website. brown.edu/Haffenreffer< Less

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