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|Series||American education: its men, ideas, and institutions. Series II, Teachers College, Columbia University. Contributions to education, no. 815, Contributions to education ;, no. 815.|
|LC Classifications||LC2802.N5 W7 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 227 p.|
|Number of Pages||227|
|LC Control Number||77165746|
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PROFESSOR in her book on Marion The Education M. Thompson of Negroes Wright in New of Howard Jersey University, (Contribu-PROFESSOR in her book on The Education of Negroes in New Jersey (Contribu-tions to Education, No. Teachers College, Columbia Univ., New York, ), devotes Chapter iii (pp.
) to the Society of Friends. The rudimentary education of Negroes was one of the first claims on pioneer Christian teachers. Although the Negro Year Book for makes note of a public school for Indianis and Negroes established inaccording to Brawley and Du Bois, the first schools to be established were private institutions.3 In New York City in a.
Between Two Worlds: A Profile of Negro Higher Education. Bowles, Frank; DeCosta, Frank A. The authors believe that colleges with predominantly black student bodies have a continuing role to play in extending educational opportunity to Negroes, and they recommend that efforts be made to encourage more black youth to prepare for college and that Cited by: Wright completed her dissertation, "The Education of Negroes in New Jersey", which focused on the state of education for blacks and its consistent segregated and unjust schools.
Wright became the first black woman in the United States to earn her Ph.D. in History in After earning her Ph.D., Wright went back to Howard where she : Marion Manola Thompson, Septem.
Comprehensive history of elementary through college education for African Americans in Mississippi. The history was written by Prof. Charles H. Wilson, Sr., formerly of Mississippi’s Alcorn A.& M. College and spans the years from to the immediate post-Second World War era.
Includes a chapter on supervising teachers paid for by the Jeanes Foundation also known as the Negro Rural School Fund. This report is an analysis of the special problems of colleges founded to offer blacks access to higher education when segregation was the law of the land.
These colleges today are in a new awkward situation where they must compete with other colleges while still carrying burdens arising from the legacy of discrimination and poverty.
The commission recommends expanding and enriching. It was in the settlements of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New York that the Quakers encountered less opposition in carrying out their policy of cultivating the minds of colored people.
Among these Friends the education of Negroes became the handmaiden of the emancipation movement. While John Hepburn, William Burling, Elihu Coleman, and. Marion Thompson Wright, a pioneer in the writing of New Jersey African American history, influenced the drafting of this section with her seminal work The Education of Negroes in New Jersey.
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Delaware, inadopted a new constitution prohibiting any further importation of negro slaves, and removing all restraints upon emancipation. Maryland did the same in So likewise New Jersey, New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Pennsylvania.
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Included are biographical sketches, studies relating to cultural achievements, history, slavery, economics, sports, theater, churches, as well as other subjects. Marion Thompson Wright (BS, ), ( - ), historian and educator, is profiled in an article entitled ‘New Jersey Black History" Marion Thompson Wright was among the nation's first professionally trained female historians and a pioneer in African- American historical scholarship in New the Great Depression, she was a social worker for the Newark welfare department.
“A classic of its kind, the volume was the most extensive collection of pre-World War II Afro-American writings ever published. This impressive and indispensable anthology included over one thousand pages of complete short stories, blues, folksongs, biographies, speeches, pamphlets, essays, letters, and selections from novels and plays.
Her dissertation, defended at Teachers College at Columbia University—The Education of Negroes in New Jersey, a history of segregated schools in the North—remains relevant today. Wright had a distinguished academic career at Howard University from until her death inserving as book review editor for the Journal of Negro.
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