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The Best of Hope Foye (Audio CD)

Hope Foye’s legendary songs bring to the forefront a new chapter of the African American experience. Hope’s music spans the globe, living and performing in Russia, Mexico, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, and Israel. This collection is an amazing representation of Hope’s performances over sixty years including new recordings. Through practicing Yoga and vocal training for many years, Hope’s voice still electrifies the soul.

19 amazing songs on the CD including Summertime, Ebb Tide, The More I See You, Motherless Child, Ride On, King Jesus, Strange Fruit and songs in Spanish, Italian, and German.

 
 
Over the River (Book)
Lydia-Maria-Child

Influenced by David Walker's Appeal, William Lloyd Garrison, and prominent Black abolitionists, Child's pursuit for freedom for Black Americans and Native American Indians became her literary trademark for social justice.

The epic documentary, Over the River… looks at the tumultuous times of the 19th century and how Lydia Maria Child's major literary contribution helped trigger the Civil War. Child also raised the public's consciousness on many cutting-edge issues regarding African Americans, women, religious freedom, and domestic advice. Many of the northern abolitionists as children that read Child's magazine The Juvenile Miscellany, such as Col. Thomas Wentworth Higginson and Col. Robert Gould Shaw, became military infantry leaders during the Civil War.

 
Blitz Attack: The Andrea Hines Story - Parts I & II (Workbook Modules and Discussion Guides)


Blitz Attack: The Andrea Hines Story Parts I & II Workbook Modules and Discussion Guide (A Web of Influence of Adolescent Violence & Addiction). Compiled by Mark Conley, MSW, La Faune Gordon, Ph.D., Lic. Clinical Psychologist, and Lisa Larson, MFT, MA Pscychology, PPC in School Counseling.

Edited by Constance L. Jackson.

This 74 page workbook includes four 40-50 minute segments of discussion topics with references which will help the viewer of the films identify pertinent issues, postulate possible consequences/manifestations, and suggest appropriate intervention/treatments for problem resolutions. Study questions and answer keys are also included with instructional comments. Due to the multiple social issues covered in the film, included in the first three modules are advanced discussion topics and resources to furthering the discussion on topics in marriage, family, and child therapy, and the role of the school psychologist

Blitz Attack: The Andrea Hines Story - Part I (Workbook and Discussion Guide)
Blitz Attack: The Andrea Hines Story Part I Workbook Training and Discussion Guide for Educators, Administrators, and School Counselors (Using an Ecological Approach in Working with At-Risk Students with Learning Disabilities). Compiled by Kristie Lanktree, M.A., Spec. Ed. and Maureen Lanktree, LMFT. Edited by Constance L. Jackson, MPH and Michele S. Patterson. Introduction by La Faune Gordon, Ph.D., Lic. Clinical Psychologist.

This 54 page workbook is for anyone who works with students at-risk for anti-social or delinquent behavior that can lead to dramatically negative personal and social actions, much similar to Adan and some of the students in the film. Academic failure is the most consistent indicator of a student’s propensity to quit school. In 2007, University of Minnesota sociologists found that the high school dropout rate in the US is considerably higher than most people realize, with one in four students not graduating. It is important to be aware of who is at-risk, what signs to look for, and how to implement interventions within the classroom or at the school to help and support them.

 
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