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The Great Atlanta Black Educators Massacre!!!

May 14, 2015 by


Demonizing Teachers, Privatizing Schools: The Big Lies and Big Plans Behind the Atlanta School Cheating Scandal by Black Agenda Report managing editor Bruce A. Dixon (4/22/2015) “Atlanta . . .  is closely associated with the notion of African Americans running big cities, so making the example of black educators in Atlanta makes perfect political sense […]


January 31, 2015 by


STOP — LOOK & LISTEN!! Absolutely pertinent insights from Dr. Boyce Watkins. Truly worth 15 minutes of your time!!!

If Reading is to the Mind what Exercise is to the Body . . .

December 3, 2014 by


Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body!  by Brother Mxolisi T. / Ozo-Sowande Those words (minus the exclamation point) were posted in front of the elementary school in our rural community at the beginning of the school year. Also included was a challenge to students to get busy reading 40 books. […]

Ile Omode (House of the Children): Education for Liberation & Restoration!

August 25, 2014 by


Ile Omode, where Young-Gifted-&-Black are cultivated and proliferated profusely, Needs and Deserves Your Support!! Visit this link and be inspired by its content! Asante sana! Ankh, Udja, Seneb!! –Bro. Mxolisi

Black Homeschooling Must Be Done!!

August 2, 2014 by


If “Young, Gifted & Black” Are To Be in Our Future Black Homeschooling Must Be Done!! by Mxolisi T. Sowell / Ozo-Sowande (Pictured above are students and instructors of the Kamali Academy in New Orleans, an excellence-driven, African-centered Homeschooling institution.) There were at least two important events in the month of July 2014 that served […]

Our Children Need “African” Teachers!!

April 21, 2014 by


The issue of the education and mis-education of African American children and youth continues to get a lot of attention these days, with the “pipeline to prison” realities of the nation’s public education system (from Pre-School to High School and beyond!) being in the spotlight far too much, far too often. Under these circumstances, it […]

Black Star Project: “Take Education to Da Street!!!”

March 27, 2014 by


TCR Talks: Revamping education in the community, not the classroom By Charlotte Lait, The Chicago Reporter writer // Mar. 24, 2014 The disparity in academic achievement between white children and children of color has been an issue in public education for decades. Low-income black and Latino students consistently struggle to compete with their white peers. […]