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Education, Teaching, African American, History, Black History
One of the reasons why there is such a great lack of cooperation within the race is ignorance of race ability. Students in high-school and college often times have but a vague and obscure concept of the Negro race, educationally, industrially, economically, and when in time these students seek to make and adjustment they find themselves handicapped . For this reason in order that, that love of race, that race consciousness, that makes not only for loyal race brothers, but rather which makes for true loyal law abiding citizens of America, Negro History, should find a place in the curriculum of the Grammar school
Jackson, David Joseph, "The Teaching of Negro History In the Elementary School" (1932). Electronic Thesis and Dissertation. 37.