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Mon, 23.08.2021

African American History Curriculum

Last year’s 2020 census findings officially confirmed to America that the population shift has begun to favor racial diversity in citizenship. This takes the twisted narrative of fearing the 1619 project and other similar syllabuses to hopefully support their value. This is also revealed in the classroom work of African American Registry, represented in our Teacher’s […]

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Tue, 30.01.2018

A 2018 NAPPID Day Question

Conceived in 1995, NAAPID stands for National African American Parent Involvement Day. Inspired by the Million Man March, it was created to encourage black parents to begin practicing the goals of NAAPID; there are several initiatives built into this. Promote African American parent involvement in their child’s education, provide strategies for African American parents, Identify and […]

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New Poem Each Day

Poetry Corner

I done told you babe, I didn't tell you no lie I want some of your custard pie. You gotta gimme some of it. You gotta gimme some of it.... CUSTARD PIE by Sonny Terry.
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