The Lost Education of Horace Tate: Uncovering the Hidden Heroes Who Fought for Justice in Schools

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  • Hardcover
The Lost Education of Horace Tate: Uncovering the Hidden Heroes Who Fought for Justice in Schools

↏ Read Hardcover [ ⇬ The Lost Education of Horace Tate: Uncovering the Hidden Heroes Who Fought for Justice in Schools ] ← Ebook Author Vanessa Siddle Walker ✙ Praise for The Lost Education of Horace Tate As readers discover Tates place in history, theyll also enjoy reading about Martin Luther King Jr., W.E.B DuBois and other activists portrayed in rarely seen moments.BookPage Walkers extensively documented work is a much needed corrective contextualizing the landscape of school desegregation required reading for those interested in the past, present, and future of education of African American children.Library Jounal Starred Review Quotes, anecdotes, archival photos, and other primary sources document the relentless battle for equality for southern schools, resulting in victories that affected education across America Historical background provides context, and personal insights underscore the realities, dangers, conflicts, and triumphs Readers follow Tate as he progresses from observer to organizer to leader, eventually becoming an example for a new generation of activists Both education and civil rights scholars will appreciate Walkers new insights.Booklist This well told and inspiring tale, with its rarely discussed angle on the school segregation fight, will draw in readers interested in meaningful work and activism, or just a well told tale.Publisher Weekly Starred Review A new perspective on segregated schooling and education reform in the South A fresh, well documented study of the complex struggle for equality in education.Kirkus Reviews A conscientious torchbearer of the history of black educators in America you will not find Vanessa Siddle Walker is a brilliant thinker, a teachers teacher, and a sage storyteller Her words illuminate the passion, the tragedy, and the inventiveness behind the struggle for equality in the South.Lisa Delpit, bestselling author of Other Peoples Children Walker compels us to see that the main struggle for educational equality unfolds off stage This subterranean process, reproduced over generations, transmitted advocacy that made, remade, and ultimately overturned Jim Crow from the bottom up This is a passionate, original, and brilliant study of how black educators navigated racially segregated schooling.James D Anderson, dean of the College of Education, University of Illinois In an era when policymakers are quick to shutter urban public schools and fire their black teachers in the name of competition, Walkers incisive scholarship on the brilliance and dedication of the black educators discarded during the school desegregation era requires us to confront the full cost to our nation of racialized policies that erase committed professionals because of the color of their skin.Amy Stuart Wells, professor of sociology and education, Teachers College, Columbia University A beautiful story, a powerful life, and an essential read.Gloria Ladson Billings, professor of urban education, University of Wisconsin Madison and author of The DreamKeepers African American teachers intentionally operated outside the public eye to achieve justice during Jim Crow so much so, that their bravery has been forgotten The writing is suspenseful The story is tragic Yet it provides practical lessons about the critical work of educators in times of civil unrest.Jarvis R Givens, assistant professor, Harvard Graduate School of Education Meticulous in its historical detail and compelling in its narrative It is both a tragic tale, and a cautionary one for those who continue the struggle today Well worth reading Beverly Daniel Tatum, author of Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria Praise for Vanessa Siddle Walker s Their Highest Potential A compelling story.Journal of American History Excellent.MultiCultural Review This is a first rate book and a very moving story.James D Anderson, author of The Education of Blacks in the South A must read .Gloria Ladson Billings, University of Wisconsin MadisonPraise for Vanessa Siddle Walker s Race ing Moral Formation Groundbreaking and riveting A n essential book.Andrew Garrod, Dartmouth CollegeVanessa Siddle Walker, a professor at Emory University, has studied the segregated schooling of African American children for than twenty years She is a former National Academy of Education fellow and has received the prestigious Grawemeyer Award in education Vanessa lives in Atlanta. 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