Negro Educational Review

Founded in 1950, The Negro Educational Review is an educational journal published quarterly by The Negro Educational Review Inc.

Articles from Vol. 57, No. 3/4, Fall

African American Fraternities and Sororities: The Legacy and the Vision
African American Fraternities and Sororities: The Legacy and the Vision Edited by Tamara Brown, Gregory S. Parks, and Clarenda Phillips Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, 2005. 520 pp. $39.95.Black African American fraternities and sororities...
Blacks Who Run for Governor and the U.S. Senate: An Examination of Their Candidacies
AbstractCampaigns of Blacks who have run for high profile statewide office from 1966 to 2006 were examined in this systematic study. Every Black high profile statewide candidate who has advanced to the general election was examined to ascertain what...
Botswana's Agriculture Teachers' Attitudes towards Inclusion of Students with Physical Disabilities in Mainstream Classes
AbstractBotswana's agriculture teachers' attitudes towards the inclusion of students with physical disabilities in mainstream agriculture classes were investigated. Larivee's Attitude towards Mainstreaming Questionnaire (ATMS) was modified and used to...
Defining the Situation: Miles Traveled for Achievements Realized
There is a pressing need for textbooks and related materials that cover the contributions of both Whites and Blacks to the total development [of] the United States of America. ... Programs for education in each state should provide a first-class education...
Government Acquisition of Private Property for Public Use: An Analysis of United States Supreme Court Decisions
AbstractSeveral decisions of the United States Supreme Court on eminent domain and the impact of these decisions were explored. These decisions involved the Fifth Amendment, which provides the legal standard for eminent domain. We reviewed the history...
Legal and Policy Implications for Faculty Diversification in Higher Education
AbstractThe Supreme Court has established that diversity is a compelling state interest with regard to student body diversity in the higher education context, namely medical school and law school. Many educators and higher education organizations view...
Middle Passage in the Triangular Slave Trade: The West Indies
AbstractOur narrative focuses on the middle passage of the slave trade in the West Indies. Herein we describe why more men, women, and children were imported into the West Indies than the other islands. Specifically, our aim was to address how slaves...
U.S. Blacks' Perceptions, Experiences, and Scholarship regarding Central and South America - 1822 to 1959
AbstractInstances of U.S. Black Americans having direct contact with the inhabitants of Central and South America, whose majority populations are not Black, can be traced back to the early nineteenth century. Slaves and freemen were aware of the possibility...
Use of Alcohol and Other Drugs: Undergraduate HBCU Students
AbstractTwo hundred seventy-six undergraduate students attending a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) located in the southeastern United States were surveyed to determine their use of and opinions about alcohol and other drugs (AOD). Students'...