In An Afrocentric Manifesto, Molefi Kete Asante examines and explores the cultural perspective closest to the existential reality of African people in order to present an innovative interpretation on the modern issues confronting contemporary society.
Thus, this book engages the major critiques of Afrocentricity, defends the necessity for African people to view themselves as agents instead of as objects on the fringes of Europe, and proposes a more democratic framework for human relationships.
An Afrocentric Manifesto completes Asante's quartet on Afrocentric theory. It is at the cutting edge of this new paradigm with implications for all disciplines and fields of study. It will be essential reading for urban studies, philosophy, African and African American Studies, social work, sociology, political science, and communication.
“An Afrocentric Manifesto is the most comprehensive response to those critics that charge Afrocentricity is a closed system. Building on the work of Cruse, Nkrumah and Karenga, Asante defines Afrocentricity as a paradigmatic intellectual perspective linking research to ethical praxis.” -- Charles P. Henry, University of California, Berkeley
“In An Afrocentric Manifesto, Molefi Kete Asante has accomplished something quite extraordinary in addressing a wide range of issues shaping current discourse on Afrocentricity and related themes.” -- Mekada Graham, University of Oklahoma
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