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OneWorld Progressive Institute's EDUCATION AGENDA - Building Success Pathways For All Students

NHPS Principals, Edith Johnson (Wilbur Cross) and Judith Puglisi (Metropolitan), and Sarhanna Smith, Read School, Bpt., joined N'Zinga Shäni, to provide pare...

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Comment by N'Zinga Shani on March 29, 2016 at 3:58am

BLACKS IN COMICS: LOOKING FOR A FACE LIKE MINE. Professor William H. Foster, 3rd is a Comic Historian.  N'Zinga Shäni had a discussion with him about his wonderful book, published 10 years ago titled: "Looking for a Face Like Mine." for centuries when blacks did appear in comic books the representation was less than positive.  In his book, he showed other depictions and interpreted some of the older depictions for us.  The full 1-hr program shows Storm (a female heroine), the Black Panther and other black super heroes.  It's a fabulous book to be discussed with children.  DVD copies of the full program available from OneWorld.  Visit us on Face Book  here: http://goo.gl/8v19VB  If you like what you see, please “LIKE” our FB page and please SHARE us with others. 

Comment by N'Zinga Shani on March 29, 2016 at 3:35am

PARENTS AND TEACHERS CAN AND DO BUILD SUCCESS PATHWAYS FOR STUDENTS.

In this special YouTube OneWorld video, recorded on 2/29/2016, principals from Wilbur Cross High, Metropolitan Business Academy and Read School in Bpt (a middle school) join OneWorld's N'Zinga Shäni to discuss how parents and teachers can create successful pathways for ALL students.  We invite you to watch and share this video link with others.  When and teachers can work together cooperatively, students always benefit.

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