Tag Archives: African American

#BookReview: Black History Is American History: Should #BlackHistoryMonth Be Eliminated? Or, A Great Debate

Black History Is American History: by Thomas Jerome Baker, is a unique book. Its raison d’être is to give readers of all races, religions, colors, sexual orientations, political views, etc., etc., etc., (all of humanity), the opportunity to experience a practical … Continue reading

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Shattered Innocence: 5-Star #BookReview:★★★★★ #ASMSG

Synopsis Teek and Angel Kyle and their cousins, Troi and Keisha are beautiful and talented girls on the verge of living exciting lives. That is until their charmed lives take an unforeseen turn that forces them to leave their home. … Continue reading

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African American Perspectives: The National Black Writers Conference

I just finished watching a 5-part, 50 minute interview, with Q&A from the audience, of Dr. Cornel West. I was impressed with Dr. West’s ability to respond on multiple levels, from multiple informed perspectives that were put to him. It … Continue reading

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Thomas Reply to Valeria: An Open Letter – Regarding Teaching and the Black Male Teacher #CCK11 #ELTchat #edchat #ukedchat #esl #efl #elt #education #elearning #lrnchat #TESOL #IATEFL #Egypt #edtech #Obama

Hi Valeria, Thank you for spending such a long time with me, here, patiently explaining to me how this particular question, the Black Male Teacher, plays out in your context, in Brazil. I am indebted to you for your first-hand … Continue reading

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