The Developmental Psychology of the Black Child

As Dr. Wilson correctly observed, “In an oppressive society, the social institutions, of which the family is part and parcel, actually work against the oppressed.” That said, one must recognize that the oppressed mustn’t employ the same methods as the oppressor for building strong families and rearing productive children.

In the Developmental Psychology of the Black Child, Dr. Wilson skillfully provides Black parents with the tools needed to produce the type of children needed for further the race.