The Kennedy-King College Experiment in Chicago, 1969-2007: How African Americans Reshaped the Curriculum and Purpose of Higher Education

The Kennedy-King College Experiment in Chicago, 1969-2007: How African Americans Reshaped the Curriculum and Purpose of Higher Education

By: Robert L. Cruthird (author), Jeanette M. Williams (author)Hardback

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Contents

1. Connect the Dots; 2. Formative Years 1969-1976; 3. Gilded-Age and Reconfiguration 1976-1986; 4. Politics of Change 1987-1994; 5. Dust of Changes Rising? 1994-1998; 6. Climbing Down the Same Tree 1998-1999; 7. Not Enough Time 1999-2003; 8. Pray What Needs Praying and Say What Needs Saying 2003-2009; 9. Pillars of the Academy/Community; 10. Education, Community Activism, Social Relevance 2007 and Beyond.

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  • ISBN13: 9780773425811
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 656
  • ID: 9780773425811
  • ISBN10: 0773425810

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