A Guide to Exploring African American Culture

Help prepare young people to function in a diverse society and world.
A Guide to Exploring African American Culture - Guides and Publications
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Language: English
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Description

Both formal and nonformal education programs are adding diversity-related topics to their curricula. This publication is designed to encourage youth 10 years and older to develop an understanding of African American culture and its importance in U.S. society; learn about the individual contributions of selected African Americans to American history; reflect on their own culture and the similarities and differences among cultures; and develop life skills that give them the opportunity to value diversity, think critically, process information, learn to learn, practice creativity, complete a project or task, and more.

Who is this for?
Youth leaders; teachers; youth 10 years and older
What will you learn?
To encourage youth to (1) develop an understanding of African American culture and its importance in U.S. society; (2) learn about the individual contributions of selected African Americans to American history; (3) reflect on their own culture and the similarities and differences between cultures; and (4) develop life skills that allow them the opportunity to value diversity, think critically, process information, learn to learn, practice creativity, complete a project or task, and more.

Instructors

Cultural Competence

More by Patreese Ingram, Ed.D. 

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