The beautiful eyes of the Native American children in the oil paintings of Alfredo Rodriguez (1954, American Painter) § "Alfredo Rodriguez (1954, American)" by Marco from I am a Child ~ children in art history (http://iamachild.wordpress.com). Blog posted on May 24, 2011. § Collage created via http://pinthemall.net:

The beautiful eyes of the American Indian children in the oil paintings of Alfredo Rodriguez American Painter) § "Alfredo Rodriguez American)" by Marco from I am a Child ~ children in art history

All children need to see their identities positively reflected in books, but African-American children often don't. These titles can help "build confidence and instill pride in young African American readers."

Black All Around Patricia Hubbell Look high, look low, look everywhere … The wonderful color black is there! Join a young girl as she discovers all the wonderful things around her that are black.

African American Children's Art Black Children Art prints

African American Children's Art Black Children Art prints - in point for gender/sexuality/queer children's art for children as well. Remember Mc's comment about the African Man at breakfast and genders in Africa

vintage everyday: Native American Kids – 31 Rare Cheyenne boy, 1878 Vintage…

vintage everyday: Native American Kids – 31 Rare Cheyenne boy, 1878 Vintage Photos of Indian Children in the late Century PUBLIC DOMAIN

+~+~ Vintage Photograph ~+~+   African American children sitting on a farm tractor trailer filled with cotton that they helped pick. ca 1940

African American children sitting on a farm tractor trailer filled with cotton trailer, ca.

this is probably one of the most depressingly heart-wrenching photos. Native American children taken from their familis and put into school to assimilate them into white society. The slogan for this governmental campaign '"kill the Indian to save the man". no official apology has ever been issued. Never forgotten.

Carlisle Indian Industrial School, Pennsylvania (c. Native American children taken from their familis and put into school to assimilate them into white society. The slogan for this governmental campaign: "kill the Indian to save the man".

20 African American Children Books About Womenpinned by www.helpingkidsrise.org

20 African American Children Books About Women

20 African American Children Books About Women. Perfect for Black History Month and Women's History Month!

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