Molefi Kete Asante and Afrocentricity: In Praise and in Criticism
James C. Winston Publishing, Incorporated, 1995 - Afrocentrism - 286 pages
Edited by Dr. Ziegler, this book generates a dialogue that articulates the meaning behind Asante's work by examining the roots of Afrocentric thought and exploring Asante's contributions to communication and education.
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Sandra Van Dyk Bloomfield College
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Exposing Empty Criticism of Afrocentricity
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