Anecdotal and other material to illustrate the expression of behavioral style -- The maroon within us : the lessons of Africa for the parenting and education of African American children -- In "loco parents" or retrieving responsibility? -- Dr. ET as Africancentered transformer -- Pedagogy in ancient Kemet -- Saving our children -- Kemetic concepts in education -- Socializing our children for the resurrection of African people -- Conceptual confusion and the persistence of group oppression through education -- Behavioral style, culture, and teaching and learning -- Teachers and cultural styles in a pluralistic society -- Fabrication : the politics and sociology of knowledge in the study of ancient Kemet (Egypt) and the Greek and Roman world -- Do we have the "will" to educate all children? -- The meaning of KMT (ancient Egyptian) history for contemporary African American experience
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