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The Black Papers: An Exploration of the Dilemma Within the African-American Community

ATTALLAH ALI

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ISBN 10: 1468594907 / ISBN 13: 9781468594904
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Hardcover. 126 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.4in.The Black papers examines the Institution of racism in the United States from a historical context and addresses its culpability for the downfall of the Black community and the disconnect of its people. The author asserts that the incestuous relationship between Black leaders and the establishment has hampered the efforts of grassroots organizations to challenge effectively the systematic discrimination as related to members of the Black community. The material discussed is direct and offers a thorough assessment of racism and its devastating effect on an entire community. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781468594904

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The Black papers examines the Institution of racism in the United States from a historical context and addresses its culpability for the downfall of the Black community and the disconnect of its people. The author asserts that the incestuous relationship between Black leaders and the establishment has hampered the efforts of grassroots organizations to challenge effectively the systematic discrimination as related to members of the Black community. The material discussed is direct and offers a thorough assessment of racism and its devastating effect on an entire community.

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Dr. Ali is an Early Educational Psychologist who has advocated for the civil rights of Black boys within the system of education since 1990. Her experiences within several school districts throughout the New York-New Jersey metropolitan area, has shaped her philosophical beliefs as relevant to the discriminatory treatment of this population of children during their formal schooling beginning with preschool. Dr. Ali's quiet demeanor but candid approach to dealing with the racial injustice of Black boys, earned her the name "quiet storm" by a professor during her doctoral studies. To date, Dr. Ali remains on the battlefield fighting the War on Racism. She is the founder of BWARE - Black Women Against Racism Empowered.

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