Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

How To (De)Alienate The Black Student in Academia Today

  • Broadcast in Education
  • 0 comments
DrMoniqueLeslieAkassi

DrMoniqueLeslieAkassi

×  

Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow DrMoniqueLeslieAkassi.
h:214001
s:2479267
archived

Today on The Paradigm Shift Show, the host, Dr. Monique Leslie Akassi, Assistant Professor at Virginia Union University, will be discussing how to (de)alienate the Black student in schools today from her chapter, "Unveiling Rhetorical Strategies in Postcolonial Era: Tropes of (De)Alienation in The Autobiography of W.E.B.Du Bois," which was published in the highly acclaimed book, Postcolonial Discourses and Renegotiations of the Black Identities, Dr. Clement Animan Akassi of Howard University. There is no coincident why so many minority students are feeling more alienated than ever since Plessy versus Ferguson and Brown versus The Board of Education. Join us today as we resurrect issues from the past and effective techniques to unveil, enlighten and uplift the Black student today on The Paradigm Shift Show.

Comments

 comments