Brothers of Ujima
McCall, Chynna S., Hess, Robyn S., National Association of School Psychologists. Communique
Brothers of Ujima BROTHERS OF UJIMA: Cultural EnrJchment Program to Empower Adolescent African American Males By F. Z. Belgrave, K. W. Allison, J. Wilson, & R. Tademy 2OII, Research Press
REVIEWED BY CHYNNA S. MCCALL & ROBYN S. HESS
Children spend the vast majority of their time in school, where they are exposed to and acquire much more than the carefully planned lessons of their teachers. For every academic skill taught, a number of social skills are also developed. Brothers of Ufima: Cultural Enrichment Program to Empower Adolescent Males, is a social-emotional learning (SEL) program intended for African Americanmales who are at the beginning Stages of their …
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Publication information: Article title: Brothers of Ujima. Contributors: McCall, Chynna S. - Author, Hess, Robyn S. - Author. Magazine title: National Association of School Psychologists. Communique. Volume: 41. Issue: 2 Publication date: October 2012. Page number: 31. © National Association of School Psychologists Oct 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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