Fifteen groundbreaking essays and interviews—by parents, teachers, and children—involved in the Black homeschooling movement. "Homeschooling is empowering. It means taking control and making decisions for one's own family and one's children instead of abdicating these rights and responsibilities to others or simply complying with societal norms. Particularly for African-Americans, schools are by and large failing our children even while they have convinced us that they know best....."
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