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Raising Black Children

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Two of America's most trusted and respected authorities on child care—provide answers to nearly 1000 questions on the problem of raising African-American children. "A necessary addition ot all parenting and parent-teacher collections."—Library Journal.
Paperback, 448 pages
Published November 1st 1992 by Plume
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This was a lot of basic parenting advice, some seemed dated (I think it's 20 yrs old) with a few good reminders on cultural parenting (respect, racism, etc) that parents of white children don't necessarily realize the importance of in black culture.
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