Dare To Be King: What If The Prince Lives? A Survival Workbook For African American Males
The workbook provides community leaders, educators, and youth service providers with an urban-based model designed to combat and prevent violence in and around schools and communities. The curriculum is based on hundreds of hours of observation of urban youth in schools and other environments as well as countless discussions with urban youth and parents who have lost children to violence. The curriculum serves as a tool to help urban African American males view violence from a different perspective. It provides "intense" life skill programming with sessions ranging from dealing with and decision making to handling weapons found in the community. The curriculum helps youth understand the relationship between the self-destructive behaviors they exhibit and the consequences of their actions. Implementing the curriculum teaches youth the necessary resiliency skills to survive in urban centers throughout the U.S. and abroad.
Specifications of Dare To Be King: What If The Prince Lives? A Survival Workbook For African American Males
|Author||David C. Miller|
|Publisher||Urban Leadership Institute|
|Number Of Pages||237|
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