Literacy Practices For African-American Male Adolescents by Alfred W. Tatum

"Alfred W. Tatum takes a fresh, cross-disciplinary approach to advancing the reading and writing development of these students."
" Addressing internal and external factors particular to this group— and absorbing lessons from the historical reading and writing practices of African-American writers and leaders—can build resiliency and other critical resources that African-American male adolescents must have in order to succeed in school and in life."

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How to use: Use with educators to strengthen literacy with African American males