Moor Vol I And Ii

Author: Cozmo El
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781519582584
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"What They didn't Teach You in Black History Class," Part 1 and 2 Covers interesting facts about Moorish history and articles which bring the information current. This book contains a wide range of topics arranged neatly for easy use along with factual references and internet links for those who like to take their studies to the next level.

Moors Workbook

Author: Cozmo El
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781534638150
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A study guide to "Moors, what they didn't Teach you in Black History Class," Book#1 by Cozmo El: The purpose of this workbook is to assist teachers and students alike with comprehension and memorization of the concepts as well as the vast Moorish history within the pages of "Moors, what they didn't Teach You in Black History Class." For students, the "Moors," Book#1 workbook aids the reader in studying and the retaining facts and information in varying exciting ways! The "Moors," workbook and study guide coupled with the "Moors," Book #1 enables educators to gauge their students understanding. It offers a ready-made curriculum or periodic testing framework for brick and motor classes, homeschool, and self-study. We have combed through the text to present within the workbook specific points and Moorish perspectives for users to key into. The workbook is strategically broken down into 10 parts that chronologically correspond to the "Moors," Book #1 and the exercises were chosen to be familiar to the user.

Mer To Moor Kemet Until Now

Author: Cozmo El
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781539557159
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The Etymology, Phonology, Semantics and Morphology of the word Moor from Ancient Times. Hieroglyphics begins to take on a lettering system in the form of an upper Kemetic Script known as Proto- Sinatic or Ancient Moabite/Cannanite from which the Greek, Roman, Latin and English Alphabet are derived. Ancient words that have been passed down through this script still hold the intrinsic meanings of those letters and have been preserved in secret societies for ages. These meanings are not present in modern dictionaries due to the morphing of language itself overtime. However, because the ancients either observed or affixed an inherent meaning to the letters and later formed word roots according to those meanings, we can access the ancient meaning of ancient words that have been passed down and have retained not only their inherent meaning but their general and common meanings. Thus it is with the word Moor. This book comes complete with references and internet links to further research.

What They Didn T Teach You In American History Class

Author: Mike Henry
Publisher: R&L Education
ISBN: 147580847X
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For the average person, most of the American history that he or she knows comes from facts taught to them in school to prepare them for their state mandated tests. That's not the fault of their teachers who were just carrying out the directives of their employers. But it's also a fact that a great deal of that content that they were teaching is dry and boring. However, as in every aspect of life, there is always another story behind each major event. The story of America is interesting and exciting, but it's those lesser known parts of our history that make it special. Even though in most cases, the names and events in the book will be recognizable, most of the stories about them will be new to the reader. If you're a young teacher, perhaps you'll find some material to help you get through those less-than-exciting areas of your textbook. If you hated history as a student, maybe you'll find some of these tales entertaining. For those of you who are history buffs, hopefully you'll come across a few things that are new to you.

Before His Time

Author: Ben Green
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684854538
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Part biography and part detective story, this examination of the life and still unsolved assassination of Harry Moore, a man who fought for racial equality in Florida well before the civil rights movement caught on, reveals two possibly bungled FBI investigations. 20,000 first printing.

My Facebook Pq Their Prejudice On The Land Racism Is Alive

Author: Israel Moor X Bey El
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 0244635110
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[This breakthrough literary work is by an artistic adept of racism; and for 49 years of being alive every single days of those years he have been living under the regime of a racism. For the months of the year & the days of the week, aka days of the Gods, from Sunday to Saturday & January to December are all representations of racist ideals, ideologies & idolatry regarding w-hite/pale supremacy in the control of time and the abstract notions of existence. In this book, these fundamentals poetic premises on living & other societal modalities of prejudice, social bias, and discriminations were shared as posting notes via the social media called facebook. Now set in this anthology of poetic frequency for the digital publishing age, whereby they seek to become a distinctive voice of concern likewise an exceptional work of modern literature with the emphasis on the faculties of language and culture.

African American Male Students In Prek 12 Schools

Author: Chance W. Lewis
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 178441283X
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Presents a comprehensive viewpoint on preK-12 schooling for African American males. Including theoretical, conceptual, and research based chapters, this edited volume offers readers compelling evidence of the education challenges and successes for this student population.

I Mattered A Teacher S Story

Author: Dr. Frankie J. Monroe-Moore
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469151138
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In The New Meaning of Educational Change Fullen wrote, Low morale, depressed, feeling unfairly blamed for the ills of society? You must be a teacher. This quote spoke volumes to me as I watched politicians jockeying for position by spewing their recycled political rhetoric, and then launch an all out attack against public school teachers. In years past these attacks had been levied against those receiving social security, Medicare and Medicaid which mainly affected the poor, disabled and elderly. Dont get me wrong these issues are still on the table, but I guess politicians felt they had beaten them with a dead horse and needed another soft target to spark the publics interest so public school teachers was it. They struck with a vengeance firing public school teachers by the thousands throughout the country. In an attempt to reduce the collective bargaining power of teacher unions, such as American Federation of Teacher (AFT) in Texas they claimed the only way they knew to help balance the state and district school budget shortfalls was to rescind some of the benefits they had agreed too. It hurts when the profession Ive dedicated over half of my adult life (25 yrs.) to; is under attack by politicians and others that have no true concept of whats involved in being a public school teacher. We have absolutely nothing to do with the decision making process. First were told to do one thing and then were told to do something entirely different. Its almost schizophrenic. To all of my colleagues that remain on the frontlines of public education and those that are planning to take up the banner This books for you. You might not have control over the decisions being made outside your classroom, but you can control those things going on inside. I provide ways to control student behavior by the design of your classroom to the use of a simple yellow tablet.

I Was A Black Panther

Author: Willie Stone
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A black man relates the circumstances that led him to join the Black Panthers while still in high school and leave the organization a few years later.