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About Mack Hines Consulting

The South Carolina native is widely known and regarded for his dynamic, down-to-earth approaches and strategies in the areas of African American student success and the incorporation of racial and cultural diversity into classrooms.

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Participants acquire strategies for using oral and rhythmic expression, multi-level togetherness, vervistic focus, and experiential vitality to effectively teach African American students.

White Teachers, Black Students: In the Spirit of Yes to African American Student Achievement

So a teacher thinketh, a student becometh. Thus what students become depends largely and forcefully upon what teachers think of them as people. Therefore, when we think of students as people with futures and not as having futile potential, our thoughts will become the influential yardstick for what students measure themselves by to become successful people.”

– Dr. Mack T. Hines III

From Dr. Mack Hines Blog.

When the Matter of Black Lives is Moved

A high school yearbook allows students to revisit and reflect on significant events during the school year. It is a sentimental keepsake that is very important and should not be taken for granted. Just ask Vanessa Mewborn and Ariana Coleman,…

The Probability and Possibility of Race and Racism in America

So here we are in the midst of another police shooting of an unarmed Black person in America. In case you haven’t heard, Jordan Edwards was laid to rest after dying from a gunshot wound to the head. That kill shot came from the rifle barrel…


We’re coming upon the 2-year anniversary of the death of Sandra Annette Bland. Bland was an African American woman who traveled to Hempstead, Texas to start a job at her alma mater Prairie View A & M University. Bland was arrested by…

Pepsi: The Voice of A Confused Generation

Back in my day, Pepsi was a hell of a soda. So much so that the soft drink was deemed “The Choice of A New Generation.” Nowadays, there’s a new generation of folk who prefer Pepsi, too. But this generation seems to be confused about…

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@ClutchPointsApp This is what you call Black Power-Not in terms of militancy. Repeat-not in terms of militancy. But having the power to translate a view into action being taken. Salute SAS!

About 2 months ago from Dr. Mack T. Hines's Twitter via Twitter Web App