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How to Improve Self-Esteem in the African American Child
Ida Greene, Ph.D.
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BOOK SUMMARY
This book proposes that African American/Blacks are unable to resolve the color dilemma by themselves, because they were not the creators of the stereotyped, prejudicial beliefs held about them.

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BOOK SYNOPSIS
This book proposes that African American/Blacks are unable to resolve the color dilemma by themselves, because they were not the creators of the stereotyped, prejudicial beliefs held about them. They did not establish institutionalized racism, and likewise, they are not the perpetrators of mass media dissemination about the evils of being Black. Therefore, they are powerless to change a system that victimizes them because of their skin color. Due to years of conditioning, African Americans will need the support and aid of all conscious, loving people of the human race to change their deeply, ingrained negative self-perception. The African American cannot change society's opinion of him or her. However, with the aid of this book, they can change their own opinion of themselves; be proud of their rich heritage and feel empowered.

The key is an educated, enlightened society who can help the African American child see themselves as capable, competent worthwhile people who are valuable and needed by society.

BOOK EXCERPTS
The African American cannot change society's opinion of him or her. However, with the aid of this book, they can change their own opinion of themselves; be proud of their rich heritage and feel empowered.

The key to improving self-esteem in the African American child is an educated, enlightened society who can help the African American child see themselves as capable, competent worthwhile people who are valuable and needed by society.

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ISBN: 1881165159
ISBN(13-digit): 9781881165156
Copyright: 1996
Library of Congress: 96-093088
Book Publisher: PSI Publishers
No. of Pages: 216
Paper Weight (lb): 80 #
Coated Paper: Yes



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