'Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?': A Psychologist Explains the Development of Racial Identity Fun Activities

Beverly Daniel Tatum
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News Article

Ask students to look in their local newspaper for an article that involves some aspect of the text and bring it to class. They will present it in front of the class and explain why it relates to the text or individuals.

Draw a Person from the Narrative

Have students draw their interpretation of a person from the text. Artistic ability is not important, but their drawings must reflect the type of costume worn by the person, whether the person is fat or thin, bald, prim, or unkempt. What colors do the persons wear?

Other Works

Give students an opportunity to read one of Beverly Tatum's other works and write a comparative paper discussing the similarities and differences in style, themes, and structure.

Costume and Culture Day

Students should research the style of dress from different cultures discussed in the text and create (with parents' permission...

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