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How Are Our Children?

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The question "How are our children?" rooted in the African proverb, is a reflection of a community's priorities and well-being. It's not just a question, but a statement that underscores the importance of the next generation's welfare. When applied to the context of African American education in the U.S., especially in light of the Deferred Dream, the impacts, promises, and broken promises post the Brown v. Board of Education decision, the answer is multifaceted.

Please read our Courage: The Indianapolis Black Community Struggle for Educational Equity brochure,

Our Programs Are Ancestor-approved,
Evidence-based, and Equity-driven!

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We are... Building The Public Will
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We are... Empowering Parents and Communities
We are... Teaching Our History
The Hidden Legacy of Black Empires: Reclaiming Our Literary Roots
FREEDOM (Liberation): Empowering African-Americans through Literacy & Advocacy
We are... Training Our Teachers
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