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Afrocentricity in Education

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One of the groups that’s been helping to institute Afrocentric curricula around the U.S. is the National Black United Front.

CO-HOST SALIM MUWAKKIL JOINS US FROM CHICAGO.

GUEST: Conrad Worrill, Chair of the National Black United Front, a leading advocate of a World African Centered Educational Thrust. Worrill was a cofounder of the Task Force for Black Political Empowerment and is author of a forthcoming book called African Centered Essays, Critiques and Commentaries.

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