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The Resource Come on, people : on the path from victims to victors, Bill Cosby & Alvin F. Poussaint, (electronic resource)

Come on, people : on the path from victims to victors, Bill Cosby & Alvin F. Poussaint, (electronic resource)

Label
Come on, people : on the path from victims to victors
Title
Come on, people
Title remainder
on the path from victims to victors
Statement of responsibility
Bill Cosby & Alvin F. Poussaint
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Addressing the problems facing many African American communities, encourages people to move forward in their lives by overcoming feelings of low self-esteem, fearfulness, and anger
Cataloging source
TEFOD
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1937-
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Cosby, Bill
Dewey number
155.8/496073
Index
index present
LC call number
E185.625
LC item number
.C75 2007eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Poussaint, Alvin F
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • African Americans
  • Child rearing
  • African Americans
  • African Americans
  • Self-realization
  • United States
Label
Come on, people : on the path from victims to victors, Bill Cosby & Alvin F. Poussaint, (electronic resource)
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 249-255) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Get smart about sex
  • Tone down the culture
  • Walk back in
  • Sisters, hang in there
  • Strive to succeed
  • Give fatherhood a second chance
  • Role models, please apply
  • Don't count out the ex-offenders
  • Claim your children
  • Introduction
  • 1.
  • What's going on with black men?
  • Build on our legacy
  • Acknowledge the problem
  • Face the facts
  • Keep your cool, but not too cool
  • Turn off the heat
  • Walk the walk
  • Help carry the cross
  • Replace victimhood with neighborhood
  • Speak up, speak out
  • Talk to the police
  • Take back the community
  • Make a difference
  • Stand on their shoulders
  • 3.
  • We all start out as children
  • 2.
  • It all starts with choice
  • Some good ways to say welcome to the world
  • Let's not forget the mother
  • Good ideas on making the baby feel at home
  • Key concepts in bringing up baby
  • Several good reasons to spare the rod
  • Some scars never heal
  • When domestic violence gets out of hand
  • Raising victorious children
  • Some good ways to discipline children
  • It takes a community
  • Getting the community involved
  • Ways to build strong bodies and minds
  • Thoughts on raising black children in the United states
  • Understanding children in transition
  • Some ideas on protecting your teens
  • Raising victors
  • Go tell Pharaoh
  • Break the shackles
  • Think freedom
  • Remember the triumphs
  • Reject victimhood
  • Define the village and defend it
  • You've got to believe!
  • Keep those kids in school
  • Keep those kids out of prison
  • Keep the faith
  • Get the kids a pro when needed
  • Find helpful adult allies
  • Protect your child
  • Reinforce standard English
  • Back off the rap
  • Respect our elders
  • 4.
  • Talk to your students
  • Don't overlook your community college
  • Teach your children well
  • Pass it on
  • Inspire the children
  • Save our schools
  • Take advantage of every opportunity
  • Turn off the TV
  • Love those little ones ---
  • Cool the violence
  • Accept the responsibility
  • Walk away
  • Don't fall for the stereotype
  • Respect yourselves
  • Don't imitate the slave masters
  • Chill the sex
  • Protect your young ones
  • Watch your health
  • Warn your kids
  • 5.
  • Shield your kids
  • Trust, but verify
  • 6.
  • Healthy hearts and minds
  • Think holistically
  • Don't be passive about your health
  • Overcome the past
  • Protect our children
  • Seize the day
  • Teach your children well
  • The media you deserve
  • Slow down on the fast food
  • Work together
  • Eat together as a family
  • Watch everyone's weight
  • Pass on the salt
  • Keep a lookout for diabetes
  • Remember Mr. tooth decay
  • Control your cancer risks
  • Speak out about HIV/AIDS
  • Respect your lungs
  • Watch with your children
  • Respect your mind
  • Lose the guns and the rage
  • Face up to mental health issues
  • Encourage culturally competent care
  • 7.
  • The high price of violence
  • Change the things you can
  • Avoid easy answers
  • Face the facts head-on
  • Get the guns out of your life
  • Keep the TVs out of the bedrooms
  • Stop the cycle of violence
  • Support the survivors
  • Don't abandon the drug user
  • Love the child lest he seek love in the streets
  • Respect your children from the beginning
  • Remember our imprisoned
  • Fight back in the community
  • Don't let the kids watch too much of anything
  • Use the media to educate
  • Don't forget TV's limits
  • Keep the kids engaged
  • Get control of your finances
  • Help the poor help themselves
  • Spread the word about education
  • Commit your heart to the effort
  • Support local business
  • Take care of our own
  • Sisters, seize the day!
  • Invest in ourselves
  • Victims to victors
  • Special thanks
  • 8.
  • Acknowledgments
  • For more information
  • From poverty to prosperity
  • Get all the school you can get
  • Take any legitimate job
  • Maintain your independence
  • Beware the trap
  • Stay out of debt
  • Break the chains
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 265 p.)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781418572051
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
860D8705-10DE-49CD-A5AA-BC79AA08DD12
System control number
  • 1423012
  • (OCoLC)759859852
  • (OCoLC)ocn759859852
  • 1423012
Label
Come on, people : on the path from victims to victors, Bill Cosby & Alvin F. Poussaint, (electronic resource)
Link
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 249-255) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Get smart about sex
  • Tone down the culture
  • Walk back in
  • Sisters, hang in there
  • Strive to succeed
  • Give fatherhood a second chance
  • Role models, please apply
  • Don't count out the ex-offenders
  • Claim your children
  • Introduction
  • 1.
  • What's going on with black men?
  • Build on our legacy
  • Acknowledge the problem
  • Face the facts
  • Keep your cool, but not too cool
  • Turn off the heat
  • Walk the walk
  • Help carry the cross
  • Replace victimhood with neighborhood
  • Speak up, speak out
  • Talk to the police
  • Take back the community
  • Make a difference
  • Stand on their shoulders
  • 3.
  • We all start out as children
  • 2.
  • It all starts with choice
  • Some good ways to say welcome to the world
  • Let's not forget the mother
  • Good ideas on making the baby feel at home
  • Key concepts in bringing up baby
  • Several good reasons to spare the rod
  • Some scars never heal
  • When domestic violence gets out of hand
  • Raising victorious children
  • Some good ways to discipline children
  • It takes a community
  • Getting the community involved
  • Ways to build strong bodies and minds
  • Thoughts on raising black children in the United states
  • Understanding children in transition
  • Some ideas on protecting your teens
  • Raising victors
  • Go tell Pharaoh
  • Break the shackles
  • Think freedom
  • Remember the triumphs
  • Reject victimhood
  • Define the village and defend it
  • You've got to believe!
  • Keep those kids in school
  • Keep those kids out of prison
  • Keep the faith
  • Get the kids a pro when needed
  • Find helpful adult allies
  • Protect your child
  • Reinforce standard English
  • Back off the rap
  • Respect our elders
  • 4.
  • Talk to your students
  • Don't overlook your community college
  • Teach your children well
  • Pass it on
  • Inspire the children
  • Save our schools
  • Take advantage of every opportunity
  • Turn off the TV
  • Love those little ones ---
  • Cool the violence
  • Accept the responsibility
  • Walk away
  • Don't fall for the stereotype
  • Respect yourselves
  • Don't imitate the slave masters
  • Chill the sex
  • Protect your young ones
  • Watch your health
  • Warn your kids
  • 5.
  • Shield your kids
  • Trust, but verify
  • 6.
  • Healthy hearts and minds
  • Think holistically
  • Don't be passive about your health
  • Overcome the past
  • Protect our children
  • Seize the day
  • Teach your children well
  • The media you deserve
  • Slow down on the fast food
  • Work together
  • Eat together as a family
  • Watch everyone's weight
  • Pass on the salt
  • Keep a lookout for diabetes
  • Remember Mr. tooth decay
  • Control your cancer risks
  • Speak out about HIV/AIDS
  • Respect your lungs
  • Watch with your children
  • Respect your mind
  • Lose the guns and the rage
  • Face up to mental health issues
  • Encourage culturally competent care
  • 7.
  • The high price of violence
  • Change the things you can
  • Avoid easy answers
  • Face the facts head-on
  • Get the guns out of your life
  • Keep the TVs out of the bedrooms
  • Stop the cycle of violence
  • Support the survivors
  • Don't abandon the drug user
  • Love the child lest he seek love in the streets
  • Respect your children from the beginning
  • Remember our imprisoned
  • Fight back in the community
  • Don't let the kids watch too much of anything
  • Use the media to educate
  • Don't forget TV's limits
  • Keep the kids engaged
  • Get control of your finances
  • Help the poor help themselves
  • Spread the word about education
  • Commit your heart to the effort
  • Support local business
  • Take care of our own
  • Sisters, seize the day!
  • Invest in ourselves
  • Victims to victors
  • Special thanks
  • 8.
  • Acknowledgments
  • For more information
  • From poverty to prosperity
  • Get all the school you can get
  • Take any legitimate job
  • Maintain your independence
  • Beware the trap
  • Stay out of debt
  • Break the chains
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 265 p.)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781418572051
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
860D8705-10DE-49CD-A5AA-BC79AA08DD12
System control number
  • 1423012
  • (OCoLC)759859852
  • (OCoLC)ocn759859852
  • 1423012

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