Black History Bulletin

A peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the education of African Americans. The aim of the publication is to provide primary and secondary educators with innovative materials that teach Black history and conform to national history standards. This is an offi

Articles from Vol. 70, No. 2, Summer-Fall

Contributions of African Americans: Teachers Can't Teach What They Don't Know
Black History Month is celebrated annually in the United States in February, which marks the birthdays of two men who greatly influenced the African American population--Frederick Douglas and Abraham Lincoln. This annual event, originally established...
Making Connections: Multicultural Teaching and the National Humanities Center's Library of Primary Resources
The four preceding articles range over wide swaths of history. Sharonda Allen's lesson on ancestral connections carries us back to early African civilizations. Paula Marie Seniors' comparison of forced labor and slavery sweeps through four centuries...
"Multicultural Education: Sparking the Genius of All Students"
"The so-called modern education, with all it defects, however, does others so much more good than it does the Negro, because it has been worked out in conformity to the needs of those who have enslaved and oppressed weaker people." (1) Dr. Carter...
Multicultural Service Learning as Authentic Assessment: Carter G. Woodson's Mis-Education of the Negro Revisited
Multicultural education is a reform movement designed to provide a framework for infusion of the various contributions of the diverse ethnic groups comprising American society. American history is a people's history, one of multiple perspectives and...
Teaching and Learning U.S. History through a Multicultural Curriculum: Conquest, Slavery, and Indispensable Labor
The histories of Native Americans, African Americans, and Asian Americans remain intrinsically linked through their collective labor history in the United States. Many methods were instituted in the U.S. to obtain a cheap indispensable labor force...
The African Country Projecte: Making Ancestral Connections
Many African American students are culturally deprived and narrowly educated about their own genesis as Africans. Through multicultural research of Africa, students can develop a connection with their African origins. Unbeknownst to many people, Africa...
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