140 страниц. 2013 год. Scholars' Press Burden of Hope is the result of groundbreaking research that impacts the entire paradigm by which postsecondary education regards collegiate Black men - men repeatedly underserved by America’s colleges and universities. Typically, postsecondary education relates to collegiate Black males from a deficit mindset, which often translates into providing remedial resources designed to improve college transition, retention, and persistence. However, the major themes emerging from this study call for an alternative approach for academic achievement, specifically, one that empowers collegiate Black males from the beginning of their postsecondary transition by engaging their inherent power, need, and desire to succeed – by engaging their burden of hope.