Children and Race by David Milner

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Author
David Milner
Publisher
Penguin Books
Date of release
Pages
288
ISBN
9780140803648
Binding
Paperback
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Rating
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In Children and Race David Milner concentrates on two main aspects of the racial problem amongst children today: the ways in which discrimination develops, and the effects of that discrimination on the black children involved. Using material from Britain and America, he writes with strong conviction in an attempt to focus the attention of teachers, parents and social workers on the problems arising out of racial prejudice in our schools. He starts with a short historical survey of the development of prejudiced attitudes, examining the ways in which racial awareness can be instilled in children both by their parents and by such cultural influences as comics, books and television. Turning to Britain, the author looks at the attitudes, mental welfare and education of black children today, showing how discrimination and prejudice can stunt a child's development. Albeit unintentionally, our system of education fosters anti-social racial attitudes and David Milner's inquiry successfully pinpoints the areas where most needs to be done to avoid the unfortunate consequences of racial prejudice. --- from book's back cover


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