An African-centered Education
Chapter 3. Defining an African-Centered Educational Model
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Don’t forget that everything you deal with is only one thing and nothing else. And don’t forget the language of omens. And, above all, don’t forget to follow your destiny through to its conclusion. (Coelho & Clarke, 1988/1993, p. 22)
I now understood that the desire for self-determination through educational access was forefront in the minds of African American leaders at various historical junctures within American history. I knew that my destiny was leading me to discover how this educational model is defined by asking and answering the following questions: What are the components of this African-centered educational model and how are the components defined?
What Is an African-Centered Curriculum?
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