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Dear JB is a book that mirrors the thoughts expressed by scholars across gender race and color lines Touring the paths walked by Mr John Brown made his sacrifice come alive in the author and welled in young people the thoughts which have been expressed by the picture most adults paint of slavery in the hope of saving young people from the gory details of the actual picture Letter by letter the fabric of the Harpers Ferry Raid is unraveled as the thoughts expressed by children and instructors unfold through the scripts of the author Dear JB book will challenge you to think deeply and debate intelligibly as you gain insight into various opinions held by others Also included in the book are activity pages for pictorial representations of images that tell the story of John Brown and the Harper s Ferry Raid and Resources listing the various activities that can be done by you and peers friends and families especially in commemoration of the Black History Month
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Omolola Anne Famuyiwa, BA (Philosophy), MA (International Affairs), recently obtained her second Master's Degree (Education) from the Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. She has worked as a producer and presenter for television stations in Nigeria and cultural consultant, educator, enrichment facilitator and radio presenter in USA. Ms. O. as she is fondly called by scholars across the United States is the Editor of Willows Magazine and Willows Online. She has travelled to Greece, Brazil, Britain and South Africa to participate and speak at a number of events including the World Summit on Media for Children. She has a great passion for working with young people and her life has been beautified through nurturing them to excel. She can be reached via her email.
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Book Description Xlibris, Corp., 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1441503226
Book Description Xlibris 2009-03, 2009. PF. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # 6666-LSI-9781441503220