Fort Wayne, In. 1968. ,112pp. Folio. Original printed card covers, plastic ring binding. Light wear and soiling, contemporary ownership inscription on front cover. Internally clean. Very good. Item #922
A guide for integrating African-American history into the school curriculum, prepared by the Fort Wayne, Indiana school system. "This guide has been prepared as a resource to supplement currently adopted social studies instructional materials. ... It is the intention of the committee to present the Negro in an objective view, using actual documented historical facts, according to our research. Society gathers strength from a complete knowledge of its history. When all of society knows the history of all of its people, positive attitudes will develop. Information will dispel the myths, ignorance, suspicion and discrimination upon which prejudice feeds." With sections on African-American poets and poetry, music, children's books, and "multi-ethnic" audio visual material.