Make everyone happy for Black History Month:

students,

parents,

administrators and

school boards




Let 2018 mark the end of the Crisis in Black Education for the 150th anniversary of the 14th Amendment.  As we observe the national theme of African-Americans at War during Black History Month, principals and teachers are on the front line of the war for our children.   Lives and careers depend on solving these disproportionalities.

During November, we are honoring the 2 million blacks who have served in the  military by riding to the rescue like the 225,000 U.S. Colored Troops during the Civil War with three great new daily series to address chronic absenteeism, lack of presence in curriculum and family involvement.  Through Nov. 15, your school can get all three series in the short trailer above for the price of one.  Take advantage of this great opportunity to transform the lives of your young people.  Order online or call 855-ZENVIBA to get started  with Road to Ratification.

Get the entire series of graphic history books, with the Road to Ratification teachers edition included at no additional charge.  We are releasing a new edition daily through Dec. 6, the anniversary of the most important event in African-American history, the ratification of the 13th Amendment by the Georgia legislature.

The NAFEONATION, representing millions who have benefited from historically black colleges and universities which supply 50 percent of our African-American public school educators and 75 percent of our black military officers, is behind Road to Ratification.  When you license the series or order books through Nov. 15, part of your investment in knowledge goes back to teacher education  at Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, AL

 The Richard T. Greener Institute for Public Policy Research has launched an initiative to boost the economic and health outcomes of the 105 counties with an African-American majority, all in the South.  We also encourage the institute's supporters to embrace this effort with licenses and orders.