A Proper Education should not separate you from your ethnic group or community. A proper education should not make you feel special, elite, set apart, or cut from a different cloth than your ethnic group. A proper education should not make you feel like an individual who has 'made it'. It should not make you feel proud or different from whence and from whom you came. A proper education should not make you feel like you have more in common with the people teaching you than the people raising you. Don't fall for those wiles when THEY tell you otherwise. That is being Miseducated.
A Proper Education should make you a servant to your ethnic group/community. A proper education should make you feel more connected and concerned about the history, plight, and forward progress of your racial/ethnic group. A proper education should make you feel humble and give you a greater sense of purpose outside of your own individual needs. A proper education will force you to do the work that is most needed, not the most paid, in the benefit of the larger body to which you belong. A proper education... begins at home.
What kind of education do you have?
And what are you doing with it?
Dr. Daniel L. Hollar, PHD in Clinical Psychology