Thank you again for an outstanding message delivered to our staff in Mount Pleasant. Your message was EXACTLY what we have been preaching for the last several months in Mount Pleasant. I applaud you and your dedication to making the lives of our youngsters better.
Dr. Jim Boyle
Mount Pleasant ISD
Mount Pleasant, TX
I read both of your books with interest. Both reveal your advanced thinking, deep knowledge and perhaps most important of all, the clarity of communication that places you squarely in the ranks of master scholar/communicators like Baba Tony Browder and Baba Jacob Carruthers.
Dr. Asa Hilliard
Georgia State University
Your book is an excellent statement of what a parent should do for the child.
Dr. Molefi K. Asante
Baruti Kafele is one of those fearless educators in the tradition of Carter G. Woodson and Mary McLeod Bethune: he remains true to teaching "Education for Liberation" no matter what obstacles are thrown before him. He has that vital ability to not only positively communicate with teachers, parents and their children, but also provide a kind of leadership that inspires them to become activists in the struggle for Educational Excellence. Baruti Kafele is truly one of our long distance runners helping our children "Struggle to Learn To Learn to Struggle."
Dr. Sam Anderson
Medgar Evers College
Mr. Kafele is fast becoming a major player in the field of diversity because of his work. His vision coincides with that of Dr. John Henrik Clarke and Dr. Yosef ben-Jochannan - two noted educators in the field of diversity.