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African American women educators : a critical examination of their pedagogies, educational ideas, and activism from the nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century

Author: Karen A Johnson
Publisher: Lanham, MD : Rowman & Littlefield Education, a division of Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., [2014]
Series: Critical black pedagogy in education.
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This book examines the lived experiences and work of African American women educators during the 1880s to the 1960s.

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Genre/Form: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karen A Johnson
ISBN: 9781610486460 1610486463 9781610486477 1610486471
OCLC Number: 851417654
Description: xvii, 238 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Series Preface by Dr. Abul Pitre Foreword by Dr. Ceola Ross-Baber Acknowledgments Introduction by Dr. Abul Pitre Chapter One: Invisible Woman by Adrienne Dixson Chapter Two: Eminently Qualified by Carole Wylie Hancock Chapter Three: Caring in the Classroom: Georgia's Black Women Teachers Build Character on the Eve of Brown by Patrice Preston-Grimes Chapter Four: "We were part of the plan": Southern Black Women's Experiences as Northern National Teacher Corps Inters, 1965-1971 by Jeannine Dingus-Eason, Ph.D. Chapter Five: Why I Teach by Cleveland Hayes Chapter Six: Septima Poinsette Clark's Literacy Teaching approaches for Linguistic Acquisition and Literacy Development for Gullah-speaking Children, 1916-1919 by Karen A. Johnson Chapter Seven: Fannie Richards and Gladys Roscoe: Repertoires of Practice of Two Early African-American Teachers in Detroit by Linda G. Williams, Ph.D. Chapter Eight: Building Character and Culture: Lucy Craft Laney and the Haines School Community by Audrey McCluskey Chapter Nine: "Uplift is Up to Us": Mamie Garvin Fields and the School at Society Corner, 1926-1943 by Scott Baker
Series Title: Critical black pedagogy in education.
Responsibility: edited by Karen A. Johnson, Abul Pitre, and Kenneth L. Johnson ; foreword by Ceola Ross Baber.

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