Monday, November 19, 2018

It's Morning Again For African-American History

The Yocum African-American History Association
Lesson Plans

You can help with setting the civil rights record straight.

Here's how.

Contact the members of your local school board.

Refer them to the well-researched and documented civil rights history lesson plans prepared by the Yocum African-American History Association (YAAHA), a 501 (c) (3) organization.

Inform them that the lesson plans are designed for high school and college students and are suitable for use by public and private school teachers.

Tell them you believe the lesson plans will help set the civil rights record straight and undo the harm caused to our youth by the rewritten history currently being taught.

Provide them with the below links.

The YAAHA lesson plans that can be viewed at:

The YAAHA promotional video and an introductory video of one of the lesson plans can be viewed on YouTube at:

Provide them with the below information about the Yocum African-American History Association.

The YAAHA Mission:

The Yocum African-History Association is dedicated to the restoration and preservation of the events which shaped the lives and contributions of African-Americans.

The YAAHA Vision:

Through partnerships, the Yocum African-American History Association is committed to researching, documenting, preserving and disseminating information on the history of the African-American community in the United States of America.

The YAAHA Goals:

1. Collect, compile, and archive significant information and material related to the African-American experience from the era of slavery until modern times.

2. Promote awareness of the restored integrity of African-American history through the use of online courses, seminars, workshops, special events, and individual oral presentations.

Thank you for your help.

The Yocum African-American History Association
Sandra K. Yocum, Founder/President