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How Racism In Schools Increases Demand For After-School Programs

By ScholarPrep Nation / December 26, 2022 / 0 Comments

According to the Afterschool Alliance, there are nearly 25 million children who aren’t able to access after-school programs. Naturally, this affects Black families the most. Systemic racism in education is a reality we all must face and address. The Village Method wants you to explore the meaning of anti-racist education. Racism in schools is also […]

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What Can Educators Learn From the Reconstruction Era?

By ScholarPrep Nation / December 19, 2022 / 0 Comments

After the Civil War ended, the United States grappled with its own white supremacy. Our ancestors’ achievements during the Reconstruction era should have restored our pride and empowered us. Instead, most African-Americans are kept away from the incredible success stories of former slaves. The Village Method supports anti-racist educators and provides them with undeniable facts. Southern state […]

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Critical Race Theory In Education: Why Is It Necessary?

By ScholarPrep Nation / December 12, 2022 / 0 Comments

Renowned abolitionist Frederick Douglass said it best: “It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.” The inherently racist curriculum that is currently being taught fails to provide our young scholars with an accurate view of American history. To counteract this, we require Critical Race Theory in education. The Village Method supports this initiative. Lawmakers around the nation […]

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Fighting Racial Prejudice In Education: 4 Steps

By ScholarPrep Nation / December 5, 2022 / 0 Comments

Maya Angelou, the acclaimed poetess and civil rights activist, once said the following: “Prejudice is a burden that confuses the past, threatens the future and renders the present inaccessible.” Her words of wisdom on the harmful nature of racial prejudice continue to ring true to this day. We, The Village Method, are strongly opposed to racial discrimination. Systemic […]

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Juneteenth: A National Holiday or a Celebration of Afrocentrism?

By ScholarPrep Nation / June 23, 2022 / 0 Comments

Juneteenth, or the unofficial, second Independence Day, has become a bit of a mystery regardless of its widespread popularity. As most people know, enslaved Black Americans from Galveston, Texas basked in their newfound freedom back on June 19, 1865. The Village Method believes that by observing and examining history through the lens of Afrocentrism, we […]

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