The Mis-education of the Negro
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"Originally published 1933 by The Associated Publishers"--T.p. verso
How we missed the mark
How we drifted away from the truth
Education under outside control
The failure to learn to make a living
The educated Negro leaves the masses
Dissension and weakness
Professional education discouraged
Political education neglected
The loss of vision
The need for service rather than leadership
Hirelings in the places of public servants
Understand the Negro
The new program
The new type of professional man required
Higher strivings in the service of the country
Appendix : Much ado about a name ; The value of color
Join the discussion on Jan. 27, 2015. In 1933, American historian and educator 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, expresse... Read More »
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