3 edition of Strengthening the African American family by empowering the African American male found in the catalog.
Strengthening the African American family by empowering the African American male
James A Lewis
by Quill Publications
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||137|
empowering the African American family, especially the African American male. That serves all people but focuses on strengthening the black man and family – empowering them to become those who contribute to the health and priorities and strategies for empowering African Americans in Dane County and beyond. African American males, like all males, are told from birth to death, directly and subliminally, that to be female is to be inferior. Very earl y in life the African American male gets the message that to be vulnerable is to be weak, and to act compassionately and lovingly is inviting others to take advantage of you and possibly destroy you.
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b. a detrimental characteristic that undermined men's roles in the family and caused all sorts of social problems. c. a positive characteristic that would eventually strengthen the African American family. d. an anomaly that resulted from increased job opportunities for . Anchoring this study in history and cultural studies, he demonstrates how fragile the family has become in the United States of America. History and society have dealt the african-American family a harsh blow and the person in whom this is expressed most fully is the African-American male. MORE ABOUT THIS BOOK.
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it a positive and absolutely inspiring book for African American middle school boys reply | flag * message 6: by carinne (new) AM. Horizons wrote: "Hannah wrote: "I'm starting to get annoyed with black writers because none of the characters do anything other than be black and have ng up like a black kid with.ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages ; 26 cm: Contents: Reaching black males --Faith development in the family --Models for youth ministry --Strengthening communities through economic development --Creating healthy communities --Nurturing marriage --Parent-teen relationships --Divorce: preventive measures --Single-parent households.5.
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