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Creating Community on the Margins: The Successful Black Female Academician
The experiences of a Black Female academic, working at a Predominately White Institution (PWI), is explored in this work. The author suggests that Black women have been historically marginalizedExpand
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Unheard Voices in the Community Building Process: The Role of Poor Black Women in the U.S. during the mid-20th Century
Abstract This work focuses on the process by which two Black women with little resources and education contributed to the development of community. These women were born in the mid-20th century andExpand
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Culturally Relevant Pedagogy and its Implications for Retaining Minority Students in Predominantly White Institutions (PWIS)
Equitable access to education has been an issue for decades in the United States. In the 19th century, laws existed that denied access to immigrants, non-Christians, women and people of color. Now,Expand
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Social Interaction Among Fifth Graders
Using ICT to Resolve the Modernization Paradox for Rural Communities in Africa: A Theoretical Exploration and Conceptualization
Rural communities are being heavily influenced by the ongoing modernization process taking place in all African economies and nations. Theoretically the modernization process is intended to help leadExpand