• Respond to current formal and informal education needs of African American students with internships, mentoring, and community service opportunities.
  • Recommend sources of information in audiovisual and printed forms that contribute to knowledge and understanding of African American education history, contemporary issues, and alternatives for self-directed learning.
  • Preserve documents and oral narratives of African American education history, as in “Conversations with Treasures of Our Heritage,” “Somebody Had to Do It,” and the Grand People Project
  • Collaborate with and/or support others to increase opportunities for informal education, self-directed learning, peer-support, mentoring, and innovation that improves African American quality of life
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