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AUDIO BOOKS, E-BOOKS, VIDEO AND E-MAGAZINES
HOME SCHOOLING IS THE FUTURE!
SOCIAL STUDIES, LITERATURE AND RESEARCH MATERIALS
Afchron is a leading Black Digital Research Library. COVID19 has produced a new process - home schooling, teaching our children what they haven't been taught in Public Schools. We make Black History available to present and future generations, for the better understanding of the Black experience in America.
Our Workbooks contain reading materials, short quizzes at the end of each story, cross-word puzzles, word search, true and false, multiple choice, using new words, fill-in-the-blanks and writing assignments . These exercises strengthen the student's reading, writing, and comprehension skills. Our Inventors and Space Science Workbooks will peak the student's interest in Space and Science professions.
"If you are looking for someone who can enhance your staff development program or help with supplemental curriculum material, I recommend to you AFCHRON."
- TIMOTHY P. CONNORS, Former Superintendent of Schools, Bloomington Public Schools, Minnesota.
" AFCHRON contributed to the infusion of African-American History into the curriculum of the Miami Dade County Public Schools, Florida."
- GENEVA K. WOODARD, Former District Director Division of Social Sciences / Special Programs.
The future of Black Education is Home Schooling!
One of the most fundamental and far-reaching deeds that has been accomplished during the last quarter of a century has been that by which the Negro has been helped to find himself and to learn the secrets of civilization–to learn that there are a few simple, cardinal principles upon which a race must start its upward course, unless it would fail, and its last estate be worse than its first.
On the plantation in Virginia, and even later, Douglass tells how meals were given to the children, very much as dumb animals get theirs. It was a piece of bread here and a scrap of meat there. It was a cup of milk at one time and some potatoes at another.
"No republic is safe that tolerates a privileged class, or denies to any of its citizens equal and equal means to maintain them."
Du Bois used the term "The Talented Tenth" to describe the likelihood of one in ten black men becoming leaders of their race in the world, through methods of continuing their education, writing books, or becoming directly involved in social change.