Dr. Raymond Tademy

Dr. Raymond Tademy

Raymond Tademy received his doctorate from Virginia Commonwealth University. He is currently the program evaluator for the Raise 5 Project, an HIV/AIDS and substance abuse prevention program conducted by the Center for Cultural Experiences in Prevention at Virginia Commonwealth University. Dr. Tademy has conducted programs and research on African American male health, substance abuse, and HIV prevention. He also mentors African American males who have been recently released from prison to assist in their reentry process. Dr. Tademy is also a military veteran, having served 25 years in the United States Marine Corps.

Books by Author

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Each volume provides a culturally appropriate session-based program to help preadolescent and adolescent boys or girls achieve greater self-esteem,

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Brothers of Ujima: A Cultural Enrichment Program to Empower Adolescent African-American Males
A Cultural Enrichment Program to Empower Adolescent African-American Males
Ujima is a Kiswahili word that means collective work and responsibility.