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African-American Parenting Class at Gum Springs Historic Museum

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Published on Aug 22, 2012

The curriculum emphasizes how African-American history has affected the current parenting styles for African-Americans, and it includes topics on empowerment of the African-American family, the prevalent forms of discipline within the African-American community, the affect of oppression and the media on African-American families, and the importance of community. Classes meet once a week at no cost to the families. Dinner and child care are provided.

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