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The Students Got Something to Say A Review of Fugitive Pedagogy, Carter G. Woodson and the Art of Black Teaching – Chapter 6

SUMMARY: Students are a product of their learning or unlearning. Chapter 6 shows that for Black students, Black schools with Black teachers teaching truth from the work of Black scholars directly impacted the work of those Black students; many of whom were key activists...

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Dispatch From The Black History Teaching Conference: Intro. Social Studies Retreat (Part I)

Today’s introductory “Social Studies Retreat” ended with a listening and reading of Lauryn Hill’s “Black Rage.” Ismael Jimenez was the second presenter of the day and his session closed...

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