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Woodson's book is considered a classic that makes many points which are still relevant.
In fact, Mr. Woodson proposes that, "One should rely upon protest only when it is supported by a constructive program".
When reading this book, the reader will realize that the saying "The more things change they stay the same" is so true.
This is a must read for All humans and an ASAP for Black folks.Published 16 hours ago by Angela D. Wilson
this is of course fictional but it does explain certain behaviors that happen commonly in black family break downs between genders/ parent roles.Published 3 days ago by carrie davis
I chose this rating because this books sums up why things are the way they are. Dr. Woodson gave great examples to support his points. I wonder if he is referring to W. E. B. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Paul Prosper
Good history lesson. The kinda stuff you obviously don't get in school.Published 15 days ago by Gfam
This book outlines the black culture of old and today. It help explains why so many dissappointments within the black community. Excellent observations on Carter G. Woodson's part.Published 16 days ago by Tylon L. Thompson
Carter G. Woodson was well before his time. To think that this book was written in 1933 and I am just now reading it is both sad and encouraging at the same time. Read morePublished 18 days ago by CTC