What Black educators are saying. Edited by Nathan Wright, Jr.
- New York, Hawthorn Books, Inc. Publishers, 1970.
, ix, , 286,  pages 24 cm
- African Americans -- Education
- Place of Publication:
- United States New York (State) New York (City)
- Part I: The Black Educator. Education for Black Humanism: A Way of Approaching It / Preston Wilcox; The New Black Dimension in Our Society / Olivia Pearl Stokes; The Black Teacher and Black Power / Leslie Campbell; The Devil Can Never Educate Us / Leslie Campbell; The Black Psychologist: Pawn or Professional? / Jesse J. Johnson; Humanizing Our Schools / Nathan Wright, Jr.
Part II: The White Establishment. Urban Schoolteaching: The Personal Touch / Lawrence Hawkins; The Education of Black Children / M. Lee Montgomery; The New Literature on Education of the Black Child / Edward K. Weaver; A Message to the Establishment / interview by Frank Kent with Norma Jean Anderson; Shankerism / Nathan Wright, Jr.
Part III: The University Scene. Financing the Black University / Robert S. Browne; The Afro-American College in American Higher Education / Darwin T. Turner; Higher Education and the American Negro / Benjamin E. Mays; Can We Look to Harvard / Nathan Wright, Jr.; The Campus Confrontation / Nathan Wright, Jr.; Where Do We Go from Here? / Elizabeth Duncan Koontz; The Black Presence in American Higher Education / Andrew Billingsley; The Black Crisis on Campus / Franklin H. Williams
Part IV: Educational Redefinition. The Relevance of Education for Blackamericans / C. Eric Lincoln; On Correct Black Education / John E. Churchville; The Question of Discipline / John E. Churchville; Toward a New System of Education / Grace Lee Boggs; An Alternative to Miseducation for the Afro-American People / Edwina C. Johnson; Black Studies-Forecast from Hindsight / Nathan Wright, Jr.; Black Power and Black History / John Henrik Clarke
Part V: Community Involvement and Action. "Community Involvement" in Schools / Albert Vann; The Agency Shop / Albert Vann; The Civil Rights Struggle / Samuel W. Allen; Why Have an Ocean Hill-Brownsville? / Rhody McCoy; Building Black Economic Emancipation with Ten-Dollar Building Block / Rev. Leon Howard Sullivan; Our Schools / Nathan Wright, Jr.; Our Changing School and Community / M. Lee Montgomery; Community Building and Learning Centers / M. Lee Montgomery.
- "Cover design by Alan Peckolick."
"In these essays, some of the nation's leading black educators speak of the urgent need for humanizing the nation's schools."--Foreword.
Includes bibliographical references.
- Local notes:
- Kislak Center Banks Collection copy presented to the Penn Libraries in 2018 by Joanna Banks.
- Penn Provenance:
- Banks, Joanna (donor) (Banks Collection copy)
- Penn Chronology:
- Joanna Banks Collection of African American Books (University of Pennsylvania)
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