Watch this 1995 Detroit Black Journal interview of the author, Dr. Claud Anderson, as he discusses the role of education in making Black America powerful. (Black Education Agenda does not own rights to this video).
It's imperative we use our collective power to control and uplift the state of black education. Black Education Agenda contributes to a National Black Education Agenda. This platform will be used to guide what we, as a community, want black folks to be educated about, and WHAT WE MUST DO to ensure we attain it.
We know that learning is easier when you have an excellent teacher. That's why we are striving to build a platform where the black community has a collective voice about education. We want passionate readers and contributors who are ready to discuss every facet of education.
Are you a beginner, expert, or somewhere in between?
Not to worry! We want to offer a variety of high-quality content designed to educate our audience on how to uplift the education of the black community.
We want to offer a variety of resources to meet any need.
We want to offer a wide variety of content, but we need your help! Submit articles on topics; ranging from science, math, literacy, music, sports, to art. We want to provide the Black Education Agenda community with ample options that cater to an array of interests.
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We are now accepting submissions from a range of perspectives across K-12 and higher education. Regardless of your role in education - whether you are a student, parent, educator, adminstrator, professor, researcher, organization leader, or anyone involved in the education space- we want to collaborate with you.