Black Generational Dialogue(s): Unpacking Tensions and Learning the Commonalities of Education Values in One Rural Community

Black Generational Dialogue(s): Unpacking Tensions and Learning the Commonalities of Education Values in One Rural Community

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This research ensures that the educational stories of Black residents will not go unheard. It is important to document life histories as this community continues to wrestle with racism, economic deprivation, and generational divisions. In addition, the process of desegregation and the growing phenomenon of resegregration must be contextualized in the history of education for Black Americans and the continual struggle for qat least equalq education.Sarah began Fergusonville School at six years old with primer grade, and skipped 1st and went to 2nd grade. ... She said the county was a€œexperimentinga€ with her class, but ultimately found that 7th graders a€œdona#39;t mix with high school students.


Title:Black Generational Dialogue(s): Unpacking Tensions and Learning the Commonalities of Education Values in One Rural Community
Author: Monifa Green Beverly
Publisher:ProQuest - 2007
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