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Children on the porch of a sharecropper's cabin in Mississippi in 1937. Dorothea Lange, photographer.
"Afrocentricity rather sees African-American history as an integral part of African history. This presupposes that Afrocentricity is incompatible with any perspective that tends to see the beginning of African-American history in the Emancipation Declaration" African studies and the afrocentric paradigm: A critique by Bayo Oyebade. (2/3/14)