With a premise that the African American mind continues to deal with the impact of slavery on many levels, this proactive discussion analyzes the effect of such mental strain on black culture and proposes a model for creating more African American leaders and empowering African American communities. Dr. Taylor explores not only the history of slavery and the subsequent reparations in the United States but also the reparations that are still discernibly necessary, both financial and psychological. The traumatic impact of slavery on African Americans is examined in the fields of education, economics, family, history, and culture. In addition, this gripping book outlines ways in which a revitalization of African history and culture can help restore the African American psyche.
|Publisher:||African American Images|
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About the Author
Dr. Jawanza Kunjufu is a nationally recognized educational consultant and the author of more than 30 books, including 100+ Educational Strategies to Teach Children, Black Students. Middle Class Teachers., Countering the Conspiracy to Destroy Black Boys, and Raising Black Boys. He lives in Chicago.
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This book covers history, psychology, and politics.