- The Double Life of Marc Copage. // Ebony;Dec1969, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p174
The article offers information on African American television child actor Marc Copage. It reports that he is currently working on the television programme "Julia," of National Broadcasting Company television network. It reports that the public attention and the work do not disturb his studies...
- Julia's baby no more. // People;9/23/91, Vol. 36 Issue 11, p66
Profiles Marc Copage, 29, who played Diahann Carroll's son on the NBC show `Julia' two decades ago. Copage is now trying to launch a recording career and does occasional acting.
- DEADLY ROITS. H. C. R. // Cobblestone;Nov/Dec2008, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p10
The article reports on the draft riots in New York City that exploded into days of violence, including the destruction of an orphanage for African American children.
- SLUM CANYON TO CAMPFIRES. // Ebony;Aug1946, Vol. 1 Issue 9, p15
The article deals with summer camps for African-American children in Harlem, New York City.
- Issues and problems in the influence of culture on the psychoeducational needs of... Frisby, Craig L. // School Psychology Review;1992, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p532
Discusses issues and problems in the influence of culture on the psychoeducational needs of Afro-American children. Confusion over connotative meanings of the word culture and the nature of cultural differences; Writers' propensity for undifferentiated stereotyping of Afro-Americans; Influence...
- How to raise a successful black child. Edmond Jr., Alfred A. // Black Enterprise;Aug95, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p162
Discusses ways with which to prepare Afro-American children to compete for opportunities of economic empowerment. Perceptions on the failure of public school teachers to provide quality education and learning skills to black children; Efforts toward youth entrepreneural education.
- Culture-Based Considerations in Programming for Stuttering Intervention With African American Clients and Their Families. Robinson Jr., Tommie L.; Crowe, Thomas A. // Language, Speech & Hearing Services in Schools;Jul98, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p172
Presents an article which focuses on culture-based considerations in programming for stuttering intervention with African American clients and their families. Influence of cultural factors on the evaluation and treatment of stuttering; Presentation of a model for evaluating and treating...
- Toys and games especially for African-American children. Coles, Yolanda Robinso // American Visions;Dec94/Jan95, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p26
Features toys and games made especially for African-American children. Difficulty in shopping for children; Popularity of electronic toys and games; Instillation of African-American history and culture; Family and cultural values.
- Millennium Toys. Kinnon, Joy Bennett // Ebony;Nov1999, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p36
Describes various African-American heritage toys to entertain and educate children on holidays. `Fun for Two' porcelain tea set from Mind Design; African-American doll, Nichelle debuted by Mattel; Mighty Omega Man, the first African-American action figure produced by an African-American...