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The MIS-Education of the Negro


Woodson's classic work of criticism explores how the education received by blacks has failed to give them an appreciation of themselves as a race and ... Show synopsis

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Education for Liberation

by Woullard on Mar 18, 2010

This book was written in the late 1920s and published in the early 1930s. It is no less relevant, insightful and true today than it was then. The idea of the role of education is analyzed and applied from a sociological, political economy and historical perspectives. By defining the role and the ... More


The Past is Present

by Tubester on Jul 31, 2008

Woodson's views on the experience of African-Americans in our eductional system are helpful to educators up to a point. Some of his ideas, because they were based on the cultural millieu of the early 20th century, are outdated, even archaic. However, there are many ideas that are relevant today.. ... More

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