Reply to "A vital step in African American progress"

Hi sunnubian,

I agree with all you say here.

I chose the grade school because in it there's already a captive audience so to speak. In other words, by law, every AA childmust attend the classes set up for him or her there. One advantage is that it would eliminate the need for any of them to seek out such knowledge (libraries, book stores, etc.). Therefore, although it would be difficult, and perhaps impossible, to overcome the opposition to get such a plan implemented, I believe thatIt would be easier than other plans I've heard of. One such plans is: to have our own society andschools and implement such learning in them. I feel that this would be very good ifit could be done. I have much doubt about the idea of having today’s AA parents either seeking out and learning the subject matter from books and such, then teaching it to their children, or having the children learn from such sources. It's because of the dis functionality, and the possible lack of cooperation, there might be among a great percentage of AA's.

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