Dr. John Henrik Clarke: his life, his words, his works
A book on the life, accomplishments and teachings of Dr. John Henrik Clarke, a noted scholar, educator, author and lecturer, attributed by many to be the father of African and African Studies in the US school systems. He is widely known as a man who dedicated his life to discovering and spreading the truth of African history and its promise for its people's future.
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