THE ONE-HUNDRED YEAR HISTORY OF THE PHELPS-STOKES FUND AS A FAMILY PHILANTHROPY, 1911-2011:
The Oldest American Operating Foundation of the African Diaspora, Native Americans, and the Urban and Rural Poor

Author: Chiu, Belinda H.Y.
Year:2012
Pages:468
ISBN:0-7734-3925-0
978-0-7734-3925-2
Price:279.95
A historical examination of the Phelps-Stokes Fund and its impact on education.

Reviews

“Dr. Chiu’s book points to the great accomplishments of a small, family philanthropy in contributing to the education and achievements of African Americans, Native Americans and Africans in a rapidly changing world. “ – Prof. George Clement Bond Teachers College, Columbia University

“This book is a must-read for those interested in educational policies with respect to Native Americans, African Americans, and Africans, as well as transfer of policies across national boundaries.” – Prof. Hope Jensen Leichter Teachers College, Columbia University

Table of Contents

FOREWARD BY GEORGE CLEMENT BOND

AUTHOR’S PREFACE

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

CHAPTER 1 Introduction

CHAPTER 2 Grounding the Research

CHAPTER 3 Themes of a Family Narrative

CHAPTER 4 The Fund in Transition

CHAPTER 5 Conclusions