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The Developmental Psychology of the Black Child and Professor Amos Wilson hold an unassailable position in the field of black psychology.
This Amos Wilson classic offers to a new generation, both at home and professional, key insights into understanding the black child; focus that analyses family interactions together with parental responsibilities, local and national environmental factors, educators, as well as national dynamics. He keenly examines the black children are born into and are expected to strive in.
Review - "This is an excellent read, especially if you are interested in Childhood Education, Sociology, Psychology or Black studies. one must always consider the effects of race on development and life. I does change how you see, how you are seen, how you are treated and behave in this world we live in. This book is well resourced for the time. At any rate this book is a top shelf find"!
Published December 1st 1978.
“Powerful people cannot afford to educate the people that they oppress, because once you are truly educated, you will not ask for power. You will take it.”