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No Letter Grades in Black Homeschooling?

In 2008, I worked as one of the three teaching assistants for my doctoral advisor’s Black Power Movement class. I lectured a great deal in the class, which had over two hundred students. As a passionate student and teacher, I pulled no punches. I spoke truth with the intention of changing minds. One night while…

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Education for Liberation commercial

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Is Attitude Everything?

Liberation everyone, Ponder on this one.  Is attitude everything?

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Black Schools: A Matter of Life and Cultural Death dvd preview

This is a great dvd that takes the audience on a journey from educational stagnation to educational liberation. It’s over an hour of facts and figures, anecdotes and metaphors aimed to help Black people to gain the motivation to homeschool or build their own schools. Enjoy. To buy, click products. Revolutionary Love, Dr. Samori Camara

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Live Your Purpose…Acorn to Oak-Samori Speaks

If the acorn has within it the potential to be an oak, imagine the potential we have. Every one of us has the seed of greatness within us. We must listen to that inner voice that guides us toward our purpose. In living our purpose, we can make our communities and world a better place.…

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Change Will Happen. Will you be Ready?

Liberation everyone, Many of you may have heard of the book called, Who Moved my Cheese. It’s an excellent story about dealing with changes in relationships, in careers, and in life. Often we shun change because it may be painful, unpredictable, and lonely. However, if we stop changing, we stop growing. If we stop growing,…

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Black Homeschooling FAQs

Greetings, Homeschooling is growing in our community. I receive many emails a week ask about how to get started on this beautiful journey of educational Kujichagulia (self-determination). Here are some brief answers to a couple of questions. Legal: Go to your state’s website for education and find the information on the home study application process.…

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African-centered Childcare

When planning a new endeavor, a date, a homeschooling collective, or a needed community institution, we often go overboard with our analysis and our needs for the latest technology. Simple is usually best. Simple principles, simple acts, simple words are far more powerful than we can ever imagine. Remember, the first step forward it to…

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Malcolm X Day Speech on Homeschooling -Samori Speaks

Here are some clips from a speech I gave on Malcolm X Day about education and homeschooling. Revolutionary Love, Samori Camara

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Conditions for Growth -Samori Speaks

As we homeschool, parent, teach, or coach, we must provide the right conditions to help the student, child, or player grow while under our tutelage. Too often we place blame on the child, especially within the public fool system, without giving attention to the condition or system they learn within. We must plant the seeds…

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