The theorizing and theoretical frameworks speaking to the male experience, particularly the Black male experience has tended to emanate from a place of deficit thinking and pathology. Hence, for Black males and those who study this population, engaging in critical discourse about their epistemological and ontological being is at best lopsided.
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Academic researchers, industry professionals, and scholars from more than 13 countries across the world are headed to Prairie View A&M University for the 29th Annual Conference of the International Information Management Association (IIMA) and the 5th Annual Conference of the International Conference on Information and Economic Development (ICITED) October 8-10, 2018. Attendees will be a [...]
Fred A. Bonner II, Ed.D., professor, endowed chair in Educational Leadership and Counseling and founder and director of the MACH-III Center at Prairie View A&M University, will serve as a speaker for the 11th Annual Educational Summit hosted by the Texas Caucus of Black School Board Members. "It's an organization that focuses on issues that [...]