The Afrocentric School [a blueprint]

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6.0 X 9.0 X 0.74 inches | 1.04 pounds

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About the Author
Dr. Nah Dove is an assistant professor in the Department of Africology and African American Studies at Temple University. She spent her formative years in Ghana and Nigeria, was raised in the United Kingdom, and has worked in Sierra Leone and Ghana. Based on her research, she wrote the seminal book Afrikan Mothers: Bearers of Culture, Makers of Social Change.

"A philosophical and pedagogical tour de force, Dr. Dove brilliantly re-writes knowledge and curriculum across the disciplines to enable educators to conduct our children's "journey" toward self-knowledge, spiritual, and educational awareness. I am deeply grateful for scholarship and love for our children, and I can't wait to engage my students with this wonderful, truly liberating work!" Joyce E. King, PhD., Benjamin E. Mays Endowed Chair for Urban Teaching, Learning & Leadership, Georgia State University and Past President, The American Educational Research Association"

Drawing on a lifetime of unique personal experience and scholarly research, Dr. Nah Dove has delivered a remarkable pedagogical blueprint that rightfully centers Africa and offers a timely, visionary, and transformational approach to education." Margaret Busby, Publisher, Writer, Broadcaster. Editor, New Daughters of Africa: An International Anthology by Women of African Descent.

"The Afrocentric School skillfully guides the Afrocentric educator, providing a framework of over 5000 years and an understanding of how and why Eurocentrism has attempted to erode African Knowledge and truth. I highly recommend this text to those who wish to teach from an African centered perspective, and equally for those responsible for educating children and young people of African ancestry and heritage."

Dr. Sally-Ann Ashton, Dr. of Egyptology and Dr. of Psychology, Edge Hill University, UK