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1. What is Afrocentric Education?

Afrocentric education is not just about teaching African American history and culture, but also about centering the school’s pedagogy and curriculum on what its advocates term the values and traditions of African people. 

The goals of Afrocentricity are “reconstructing culture” and “creating collective consciousness” among African Americans.

The African American child must not be renters of Eurocentric information, they must be owners,” Asante

Source: https://www.google.com/amp/s/prospect.org/api/amp/education/afrocentric-education-crisis/

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