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by Shelley Mcintosh

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Author:
Shelley Mcintosh
ISBN13:
978-0761831792
ISBN:
0761831797
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Publisher:
Hamilton Books (August 4, 2005)
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Mtoto House: Vision to Victory addresses this question by presenting the theories and practices of a faith-based institution called Mtoto House, the "Children's Community. The history and rituals of this institution along with the voices of children and adults are presented in a readable style. This book also provides a discussion of analyses and implications for parents, educators, and clergy.

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While African-American book publishers have been active in the United States since the second decade of the . African-American commercial book publishers released a total of 154 titles in the period 1970–74, a dramatic rise from the previous high of 21 titles published during the five-year spans of 1935–39 and 1940–44.

How can parents, educators, and clergy work together for the quality of lives for African American children? Mtoto House: Vision to Victory addresses this question by presenting the theories and practices of a faith-based institution called Mtoto House, the "Children's Community." The history and rituals of this institution along with the voices of children and adults are presented in a readable style. This book also provides a discussion of analyses and implications for parents, educators, and clergy.