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A publication for African-Americans
(Knowledge is Power)

Welcome to An African-American Perspective, a newsletter designed for the residents of North Central Pennsylvania. The purpose of this publication is to bring to the table of discussion, the unique perspectives of African-Americans. With a clear unequivable voice within the wider community, Black Americans can freely present their thoughts and feelings regarding contemporary issues. It is our hope to foster greater understanding and respect for all. Click here for past issues.


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Recommended Reading
The library is a valuable resource. For a free library card click here.

 
We recommend these books and videos from the James V. Brown Library
 
Code of the Street. Elijah Anderson. Professor Anderson deals with the psychology of the inner city culture. Offers case studies. A necessary read for anyone dealing with black youth. For more information about the JV Brown Library - Click Here.
 
 
Marva Collins Way. Marva Collins. Internationally acclaimed educator describes her beginnings as a teacher in the Chicago Public Schools System, and the start of the Westside Prep school. For more information about the JV Brown Library - Click Here.
 
 
Confederate States of America. A film by Kevin Wilmott A tongue-in-cheek mock documentary of what American life would be like if the South had won the Civil War. For more information about the JV Brown Library - Click Here.
 
 
When the Levees Broke. A film by Spike Lee. The hard look of the devastation of Huricane Katrina in New Orleans in 2005. Caution: strong language and images of dead bodies in the water. For more information about the JV Brown Library - Click Here.
 
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